After a string of new songs, Hayley Kiyoko has released the first official single and final track from her project I’m Too Sensitive for This Shit. “She” addresses both her struggles and hopes as a closeted teenager.
The video for “She” is set in Kiyoko’s childhood bedroom, covered in Fanta and ‘N Sync posters as well as trophies. Sporting her teenage hairstyle and an oversized flannel shirt, she stands awkwardly in front of the mirror before changing her outfit and envisioning herself as a superstar within the confines of the same bedroom.
The video features Hayley in her childhood bedroom as she reflects on being a closeted teenager who has big dreams for her life.
“She” is the final track from her EP I’m Too Sensitive for This S–t.
NSYNC‘s Lance Bass even makes a cameo, lip-syncing along to her lyrics, “Done, she’s gonna get it done / She’ll do it on the run / But still have so much fun, fun.”