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Troye Sivan's debut album out Dec 4


Oct 26, 2015 11:59:50 AM

Troye Sivan's debut album out Dec 4 Troye Sivan’s debut album, Blue Neighbourhood, is set to release on December 4.

Fans of Troye’s recent Wild mini-album, a certified worldwide pop chart phenomenon in its own right which went to #1 in Australia and #5 in the UK and US, will have a strong sense of the cutting-edge sonic soundscape that awaits with the six songs from Wild as act one on this expanded electronica opera.
“It’s all autobiographical,” says Troye of Blue Neighbourhood. “It takes place in both the suburbs of Perth where I’ve grown up, which I consider to be my blue neighbourhood, but then also in this fast-paced, crazy, whirlwind life that I’m now living in hotel rooms and planes. And it takes place inside the mind of a 20-year-old kid. I wanted to make sure that youthfulness was there; I worked mostly with really, really young people on this record.”

Work on the album began around the middle of 2014, virtually the instant Trxye was set free. In all, Troye says some 60 songs made the long list for the debut long player. There were sessions in hotel rooms in Los Angeles, recording studios in Sydney and, of course, bedrooms in Perth. However, many of these collaborations were destined never to see the light of day.

Ultimately, Troye chose to work primarily with the same tight-knit clique that helped him create Trxye. So once again, Troye’s key partner in the new songs is the young Sydney-based songstress named Alex Hope. “She’s just the best,” beams Troye. “I feel like we’ve been on the craziest journey as writers and artists since we started working together.”

Alex is credited with co-writing half of Blue Neighbourhood, including the exhilarating introductory tracks Wild, Fools, and DKLA - three instant anthems.

Much of the remainder was written in collaboration with another trio of young pop composers in Bram Inscore, Brett McLaughlin & Allie X. “They just find the perfect balance between completely appreciating and loving and worshipping good pop music whilst still being absolutely bat-shit crazy and completely open to trying whatever,” says Troye. Together, they’ve produced some of the most intimate moments including the aching Lost Boy, Talk Me Down, and the love song, For Him.

Other one-off collaborations also bring different shades and depth, including the understated moody appearance by New Zealand’s Broods on Ease, Tkay Maidza’s gentle rap on DKLA, and a special guest vocal appearance by Alex Hope on the bonus track, Blue.


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