Maxim Meyer-Horn

21 Aug
Music

Troye Sivan Gets Up and Close On His New EP ‘In a Dream’

Teens, girls, and gays have another reason to live because our favorite twink Troye Sivan has released his 6-track strong EP ‘In a Dream‘ today. The Australian singer became a worldwide pop sensation with his first album ‘Blue Neighbourhood’ in 2015 and has been flourishing ever since. After the success of his second LP ‘Bloom‘, his new EP is his first project in two years and it was absolutely worth the wait.

While Troye was never shy to share stories in his songs, he was never as personal as he is on his new EP In a Dream. Of course, heartbreak is one of the main themes in songs like “Easy” or “could cry thinkin about you” but Sivan digs a little deeper than we’re used to of him since it’s all inspired by the break-up with his ex-boyfriend Jacob Bixenman.

Mirror, mirror…

Even though the whole project was written before the coronavirus led to a worldwide crisis, In a Dream feels like a mirror for many young teens. For example, on “Stud” Troye talks about struggling with his own body image and speaks to so many young kids from the heart. On other songs on the EP, he’s giving insight to his feelings after a four-year-long relationship. Musically, Troye never sounded as exquisite as he does on the six new songs, so we better prepare for his third album that should be out somewhere 2021.

Troye Sivan’s EP ‘In a Dream’ is out now. 

Mags: “Music Is a Confrontational Process For Me” She’s cute, she’s quirky and she’s determined to get far. Mags is Denmark’s hottest upcoming electro-pop star and just released…
Listen to These 10 Catchy New Music Releases of the Week New week, new list. Here are our ten favorite music releases of this week. From glittery Belgian pop to a…
Interview: A. G. Cook on His Two Debut Albums and Charli XCX Music producer, singer, songwriter, creative director of Charli XCX, and now proud creator of two debut albums, ‘7G’ and ‘Apple’.…
Interview: The Aces Talk About Their Amazing Fans And Their New Album The Aces have been around for a couple of years, but their new album ‘Under My Influence‘ finally put them on…
X

Subscribe here for free pizza*

(*Pizza might actually be our newsletter)

This site uses cookies. By continuing to browse the site, you are agreeing to our use of cookies.