FLETCHER has shared her addictive new Hayley Kiyoko collab, ‘Cherry’

Ridiculously good.
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FLETCHER has shared her Hayley Kiyoko collaboration, new single ‘Cherry’.

“Cherry is the prequel to my most recent single [and ‘I Kissed A Girl’ reimagining] ‘girls girls girls’,” the pop newcomer explains. “It’s the curiosity you have about someone before you’re intimate with them and kind of wondering what it would be like.

“When I was creating it I couldn’t get the idea out of my head of having Hayley Kiyoko on it. We then went into the studio together and made it a million times better. It’s a moment for the girls gays and theys.”

Hayley adds: “I had such a blast working on Cherry with FLETCHER. We’ve been trying to collaborate for years and this song couldn’t be more perfect for us! I hope the fans love it and can blast it while feeling flirty, playful and free.”

Check it out below.

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