16 Songs, 58 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Though Blue Neighbourhood is Troye Sivan’s debut, the talented young Aussie had established a devoted YouTube fandom well before the album’s 2015 release. Impeccably polished and beautifully produced, this set of sleek, moody electro-pop shares a candour and intimacy with Sivan’s vlogs. His rueful, soul-baring recollections colour the moonlight throb of “SUBURBIA,” where, he sings, “dreams go to die.” On “HEAVEN,” against trippy synth wobbles, the openly gay performer struggles with heartache, coming out, and remaining true to himself.

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EDITORS’ NOTES

Though Blue Neighbourhood is Troye Sivan’s debut, the talented young Aussie had established a devoted YouTube fandom well before the album’s 2015 release. Impeccably polished and beautifully produced, this set of sleek, moody electro-pop shares a candour and intimacy with Sivan’s vlogs. His rueful, soul-baring recollections colour the moonlight throb of “SUBURBIA,” where, he sings, “dreams go to die.” On “HEAVEN,” against trippy synth wobbles, the openly gay performer struggles with heartache, coming out, and remaining true to himself.

Parental Advisory Explicit Content Mastered for iTunes
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Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5
46 Ratings
46 Ratings
Lilchad101 ,

In love

With this album and Troye Sivan I know he’s gay but kiss me please

Ronnnoy ,

Why isnt it on Apple Music!

angry

MJtheGAMESPro ,

it isn't on apple music!!!??

literally gonna switch to spotify because this amaaazing album isn't on apple music

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