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Here are 10 incredible music videos featuring queer women

Here are 10 incredible music videos featuring queer women

We're in love with all of them

Is there anything better than a good music video with some women?

We watched more music videos than can be counted on one hand to share our favorites.

Take a look below at our 10 favorite queen women music videos.

1. Hayley Kiyoko – SLEEPOVER

This cute music video follows the issue every queer woman experiences at least once. Hayley previously avoided using female pronouns in her songs, in fear people would not relate.

Now though, she wants her music to reassure young queer women ‘they aren’t alone’ and ‘that their feelings are valid.’

2. The Veronicas – On Your Side

This video was written and directed by queer female icon Ruby Rose. The video itself features Ruby Rose and Jessica Origliasso.

The pair had dated eight years prior to the music video being filmed. They fell back in love while filming the music video in October 2016, and have been together ever since.

3. dodie – Sick of Losing Soulmates

This video tells the story of a same-sex couple who quickly realize they both aren’t as perfect as they first imagined. And maybe they aren’t meant to be together forever.

Dodie has explained the song is about trying to remain friends after a relationship has ended, because she’s sick of losing the people closest to her.

4. Halsey – Now or Never

Iconic artist Halsey brought us this incredible video. The bisexual singer gave us this intense video earlier this year. It features more guns than you could shake a stick at.

The end of the video sees Halsey’s lover shot right in front of her eyes.

5. Tove Lo – Timebomb

Music videos don’t get more diverse than this. Tove Lo’s voice will never leave you after watching this video. The lyrics explain despite how happy you’re in a relationship, sometimes you just know you’re not meant to be together forever.

Watch as couples from all walks of life share an intimate moment.

6. Hayley Kiyoko – Girls like Girls

We couldn’t resist another track from Hayley Kiyoko. She is consistently unapologetically LGBTI with her music and the title of this video really gives it away.

This video shares a dream Hayley once had about stealing a girl from a guy.

7. KLOE – Liability

KLOE’s an unappreciated singer with an addictive voice. In her videos, she kisses both men and women. She faced backlash following the release of this video.

So KLOE took to Twitter to explain she kissed girls in the video because she is bisexual, she didn’t kiss a girl in the video for the views or to ‘appeal to a certain audience.’


This smooth sounding track will have you hooked from the start. This five piece band is lead by singers Sarah Nimmo and Reva Gauntlett.

Nimmo explained in an interview: ‘We had a really easy time coming out, it was totally not a thing – it’s great that it’s being normalized… And it’s so important, especially for teens. It’s saying, “It’s all good”.’


Everyone know’s of Sia’s powerhouse vocals by now. This latest track is bound to get you dancing.

Sia has previously explained she likes to think of her sexuality as ‘flexible’ after having dated both men and women.


Courtney is the openly lesbian rock star you’ve been waiting for. This nostalgic sounding track is something you might expect from older groups like Rolling Stones.

Previously, she has been nominated for a Brit and a Grammy! Her tracks Numbers and Pickles from the Jar are written about her relationship with her girlfriend and fellow singer-songwriter, Jen Cloher.