Troye Sivan’s new EP, ‘In A Dream’, is out today.
Today, EMI Music Australia releases In A Dream, Troye Sivan’s new six-song concept EP. Download / stream HERE. Visit https://TroyeSivan.lnk.to/Store for music bundles, including a deluxe CD package, and new merchandise.
USA Today placed In A Dream on its list of “10 albums you need to hear this month,” noting that “Aside from Taylor Swift…no other artist has better captured our quarantine blues than Troye Sivan.” The Associated Press said, “It’s a perfectly-timed appetizer for an evolving artist – a wistful and experimental musical postcard for an uneasy era.” Troye recorded five of the EP’s six songs with producer Oscar Görres (The Weeknd, MARINA, Tove Lo) between Stockholm and Los Angeles, just prior to the lockdown.
The leadoff track, “Take Yourself Home,” trended at #1 on Twitter worldwide following its release earlier this year and has now attained over 92 million cumulative global streams. The New York Times hailed “Take Yourself Home” as an “understatedly lush quasi-soul thumper.” PAPER said, “It’s perhaps the first great song to come out of our collective apocalyptic state of mind during the COVID-19 outbreak.”
In the lead-up to the EP’s release, Troye also shared the single “Easy” – which amassed over 11 million combined global streams in the first week of release and now tops 32 million streams – and “Rager teenager!” along with self-directed videos for the tracks. View “Easy” HERE and “Rager teenager! HERE.
VULTURE said, “‘Easy’ is a pixelated cloud, a night drive to nowhere, a neon-blue bubble bath, a fizzy cola gummy.” Naming it as one of the “10 songs you need in your life this week,” The FADER praised Sivan’s “laser focused intent to push into a more sophisticated, emotionally-torn pop realm.” Billboard hailed “Easy” as a “crying-on-the-dancefloor anthem…[that] boasts a synth-heavy earworm melody and heartbreaking lyrics that will have you dancing and dreaming about your ex.” PAPER said, ‘Rager teenager!’ brings a sense of dreamlike nostalgia to listeners” and Rolling Stone praised the “dreamy” track.
Last week marked the sixth anniversary of the release of Troye’s first major label EP, TRXYE, which charted in the top five of the Billboard 200 and included the single “Happy Little Pill.” In his career to date, Troye has amassed nearly eight billion combined global streams. His sophomore album, Bloom (EMI Recorded Music Australia), was named as one of the best albums of 2018 by critics at Rolling Stone, USA Today, Billboard, OUT, NPR Music, The Guardian and numerous other publications. TIME said, “Troye Sivan is the perfect pop star.” He was recently named as one of five ambassadors to launch the Pasha de Cartier watch.
His numerous awards include 2 ARIA Awards, an APRA award, a Billboard Music Awards trophy, three MTV Europe Music awards and two GLAAD Media wins. “Revelation” – his collaboration with Jónsi for the film Boy Erased, which Troye co-starred in – was nominated for a Golden Globe for Best Original Song – Motion Picture and shortlisted for an Oscar. “Louder Than Bombs,” a track Troye co-wrote, is featured on the new BTS album, Map of The Soul: 7, which debuted at No. 1 in the U.S., Korea, Australia and around the world.