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Hayley Kiyoko has finished her 'I'm Too Sensitive For This Shit' with a brand new track 'She'

You can now stream the whole thing online.
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Published: 4:57 pm, January 18, 2020
Hayley Kiyoko has finished her 'I'm Too Sensitive For This Shit' with a brand new track 'She'

Hayley Kiyoko has completed her 'I'm Too Sensitive For This Shit' EP, by dropping the final track.

Following up on the already revealed 'Runaway', 'Demons', 'L.O.V.E. Me' and 'I Wish' comes 'She', which is streaming online now.

Speaking about the song, she reveals: "The song is called "She", and my producers Pat and Dave actually gave me this Christmas gift (a Kate Spade book titled She) that says "She", and I was like 'Oh my gosh this is so perfect'. It's this Kate Spade book, and I'm like opening it, going through it, and then the opening quote is by Deborah Lloyd, and she says this quote, and I'm like 'oh my gosh this is why I made this song'. This is what the song means to me, this is why I did the music video."

You can check out the track below.

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