(August 14th, 2020) –– “It’s true I’m still a fool for you, no matter what you do I keep coming back every time; damn it’s so fucked up,” Cayley Spivey (she/her) sings on her debut single, “SFU”. The alternative pop artist has already begun to make a name for herself with her previous band Small Talks, but today she’s chosen to forge a new path with the release of her debut single under her own name. 

This morning Cayley premiered the music video for “SFU” via her YouTube channel, which you can watch now below.

Regarding the video, Cayley shares,

“SFU captures the feeling of being stuck in emotional ties, repeating the same story with someone because you’re not ready to let go. Since COVID-19 had us social distancing, we decided it was best to make an animated version of my story. So because the entire world in that video had to be drawn up from scratch, it means everything in my video was added with pure intention. I wanted to reflect the push and pull of loving someone who’s not any good to you.

Fans can check out Cayley’s brand new website and merch store including exclusive SFU t-shirts, long sleeves, face masks, and socks here:

Cayley Spivey is a multi-instrumental, alternative pop artist. After releasing a debut EP, touring the country, and releasing a full length album that garnered over a million streams with her previous project, Small Talks, Cayley has found a new bedroom pop inspired sound ready to launch her into the next chapter of her career. Through her music and an authentic online presence, most dominantly on platforms such as TikTok, Twitter, and Instagram, Cayley has gained a passionate and rapidly growing social media following and fanbase whom she hopes to encourage to also be true to themselves and spread awareness for mental health, equality within the LGBTQ community, and other prevalent topics.