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Troye Sivan Continues Slayage With ‘Blue Neighbourhood’s ‘Youth’!

Fresh from concluding his three-part Blue Neighbourhood video narrative and playing his first ever sold-out shows across the U.S, Troye Sivan debuts “YOUTH,” the latest offering off of his forthcoming debut full-length album Blue Neighbourhood!

Much like lead track “Wild,” “Youth” – co-written with Alex Hope, Bram Inscore and Allie X – finds Troye‘s breathy voice working through some infectious snap-heavy chants and atmospheric ’80s-leaning synths pulsations on this rousing statement of intent. “YOUTH is a song about the joy in naivety and being lost,” Troye said in a statement. “It’s about dropping everything, running away, making mistakes, and loving too hard, and how that’s okay.” Sounds like another winner to me – What do you guys think?

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  • Juliana

    Thanks for your comment, Galen! I’m glad to hear the film is so popluar at the box office. Have you read the books?I totally agree with you that we should stop comparing local movies with internationals and just comment on them as stand-alone films. Unfortunately, there are still many South African films that are not up to that standard causing a negative mindset amongst our local viewers and they don’t even make an effort to watch any local movies. One such example is Liefling, which I here a few weeks ago. Although I enjoyed the movie to a certain degree, in an international context it would fall flat. As you can see in the on my review, there were a number of vastly different responses to Liefling from South Africans.When I see a good local film, I therefore try to punt it as much as possible and provide that assurance of international quality, so that the general public don’t write it off without ever having seen it. Hopefully this will no longer be necessary in the near future.Good luck with getting tickets!

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