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Hayley Kiyoko has released a top new single, ‘I Wish’

It arrives with a self-directed new video, too.
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Published: 4:32 pm, July 19, 2019
Hayley Kiyoko has released a top new single, ‘I Wish’

Hayley Kiyoko has released a top new single, ‘I Wish’.

The song focuses on unrequited love, and arrives with a teen-flick inspired video directed by Kiyoko herself.

“It’s really hard when you love someone who doesn’t feel the same way,” she says. “In this video, I wanted to bring to life the support group we all need when our love for someone isn’t being reciprocated. Having a strong support system of friends is so important to remind us we are loved, and we are not alone.”

Check out 'I Wish' below, and catch Hayley at Reading & Leeds later this summer.

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