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As she prepares to release her debut EP, Canadian artist DYLN has shared a set of visuals for her sultry single "The Difference."

The clip premiered Wednesday on Variance, following the song's original release back in August. "I wanted to create a visual that was moody, intense and emotional," she says of the new clip, which was largely shot around Los Angeles. "But I also wanted it to feel gritty, dirty."

According to the L.A. based singer, the song is about "conflict, ego, pride, being right, being wrong, non-apologies, the toxicity of hard feelings." And the video comes ahead of the full EP, which is expected to arrive next month.

See the new video for "The Difference" below.