Hayley Kiyoko pays tribute to '90s bubblegum pop in new "L.O.V.E. Me"

"L.O.V.E. Me" will appear on her upcoming new collection of singles, "I'm Too Sensitive for This Sh*t," which will be released in full on January 10.

The poppy number finds Kiyoko calling out her love interest for not giving her enough attention, warning "I'm working through my issues/Yeah, I'm gonna kiss you/In front of everybody that wants to be your honey/If you have a problem, don't tell me you love me."

"L.O.V.E. Me" arrived on the heels of the previously issued "Demons" and "I Wish," which will also be featured in the vocalist's upcoming new project.

In lieu of her much-awaited sophomore album, Kiyoko has recently announced that she plans to release a string of singles through January 2020.

"This project is about all of these feelings I've been learning to embrace because they are what make me, well, me. And it's dedicated to you. I hope you love them like I love you," she wrote on her social media.

In a recent interview to Rolling Stone, the musician opened up about the genesis of "I'm Too Sensitive for This Sh*t," which she wrote in a week while traveling to California's Joshua Tree National Park.

"It's so relevant to what I'm going through at this very moment. I'm just trying this new thing where if I write it; I'm just going to release it. I might as well share what I'm going through instead of disappearing and coming back," she explained, also adding that the project is "a great bridge to where I'm headed for the sophomore album."

Once completed, "I'm Too Sensitive for This Sh*t" will arrive a year and a half after Kiyoko's critically-acclaimed debut album, "Expectations."

The "Girls Like Girls" singer also announced that she will embark on an extensive 2020 North American tour in support of her latest project. The trek will kick off on January 29 at SOMA in San Diego, California.

In the meantime, discover the catchy "L.O.V.E. Me":