Trailblazing pop star Hayley Kiyoko kicks off Pride Month with today’s release of her dreamy new synth-pop anthem, “Chances.” The Danja-produced track arrives alongside a cinematic, narrative music video that matches the song’s spirit of romantic risk and reward.
“‘Chance’ is a song based on those moments when I denied my true feelings for someone out of fear of rejection, and therefore didn’t allow someone to take a chance on me,” says Hayley. “I hope this song empowers people to push past their own self-doubt and realize how worthy they are of love.”
She adds, “I directed the video on 16mm film, alongside an incredible team of badass women – from the director of photography to the editor, and the producers. I am so grateful for the entire crew who helped bring this vision to life as well as to our incredible lead actress, Alexandra Shipp. I hope ‘Chance’ sparks the hope that anyone can and will find the love they deserve.”
Watch Hayley Kiyoko’s visual effort staring Alexandra Shipp below.
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