So. Yaeji continues to be, well, everything.

Since catching practically meteoric hype in the music community last year, and proving her music matched the buzz with a duo of energetic EP's, the Korean-American DJ has stuck to the road, hopping between Seoul and New York, and plenty of places in between, playing shows.

'One More' proves a welcome early return from her travels. Unlike, say, the joyous romp that is 'Raingurl', Yaeji's latest is borne from a place of pain. It's best captured in her own words:

"I started writing this track while experiencing deep growing pains. I felt lost in my life's quick change of pace, and was betrayed by someone I trusted. I needed to write this song to understand what was happening around me."

Naturally, it didn't end there. "Throughout the next few months, I kept revisiting the track, adding and taking away bits, changing the synth completely, rewriting a part of the lyrics—it was a constantly changing piece that documented the process of my transformation. Listening to the earliest version of the song through its evolution, I remembered the times I was confused or angry, processed those feelings, understood my pains, and finally felt like I gained a bit of control over it all."

Above all, she keeps it simple: "One More" is about enduring and coming to terms with pain until you have the strength to forgive and move on."

Perhaps her travails will offer you some solace and strength amidst your own. Listen below to find out.