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While Valentine's Day might still be a few days away, Vienna newcomer Jeremy Pascal is getting a head start with a new single named after the big day.

Simply titled "Valentine's Day," the haunting new track is premiering today on Variance, and it's the latest from the up-and-coming trio made up of Tino Romana, Julian Propst and Nico Winkler. The song is the latest preview of their debut Jeremy's Life EP, which is expected to arrive this spring.

According to Romana, the new song—and all their material—is written from the viewpoint of their band moniker and alter ago Jeremy Pascal, who on this particular song is looking back with a sober mind at a past manipulative relationship.

"He swears to himself to never let a relationship go that wrong and leave before things get ugly," Romana says of the track, which hovers in a Juice-WRLD-meets-Linkin-Park space. "He is also coming to the conclusion that even though his ex horribly abused him she will have a place in his heart in a messed up way because she once was a person he loved."

Hear the new song below.