Jen Krause

Following their standout single "The Pressure" last month, Varley is back with a brooding new track called "One Two Three."

The spellbinding cut serves as a reflective and cathartic response to some of the feelings of inadequacy in today's culture, especially those trigged by social media.

“We wrote 'One Two Three' about the unachievable beauty standard we are surrounded by in today's society and how people's lives online can seem so perfect and how it becomes harder not to compare yourself or your life to everything you see online," says the band. "It talks about the feeling of being stuck in a big machine that's trying to change us but also has the realization that if we apologize for being ourselves then we will be lost forever.”

Hear the new song below.