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Kingston, Ontario-based Deux Trois is getting the weekend started by releasing their debut single "Late Night Girls."

The grimy, curiously titled cut is a rather deliberate anthem for something very human: sad masturbation. Yes, that's right, folks. And it's accompanied by a hazy set of visuals.

"Sad, late-night masturbation has a home in the seedy underbelly of pop culture," the band said in a note to Variance about the track. "But even though it comes hand in hand (lol) with hook-up culture, distracting yourself from FOMO, and (let’s be real) self-care, sad masturbation doesn’t have a fun pop anthem."

They continue: "How many more party songs about getting blackout drunk by breakfast or patting ourselves on the back for being the best consumers we can be, do we really need? If our culture is getting over gender and its construction, we should reclaim the acts, images, and ideas that constitute that culture’s shame."

Deux Trois is made up of drummer-vocalist Nadia Pacey, bassist-vocalist Benjamin Nelson and guitarist-vocalist Ben Webb.

See the video for "Late Night Girls" below. And stay tuned for the band's upcoming Health EP.