Troye Sivan



This album was released 46 weeks ago.

83% ±10% 10 reviews
# Song 4WIM
1 Seventeen
2 My My My!
3 The Good Side
4 Bloom
5 Postcard (feat. Gordi)
6 Dance To This (feat. Ariana Grande)
7 Plum
8 What A Heavenly Way To Die
9 Lucky Strike
10 Animal
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83% 4WIM Rating
100% New Musical Express Whatever subject matter he touches, Sivan manages to tear away all the filters; there’s a tender sort of honesty to the whole album.
100% Irish Times Celebrating his identity and life as a young queer man, his precise songwriting maps his journey into adulthood while sharing some lessons in acceptance.
90% The Line of Best Fit
87% Consequence of Sound His debut album, 2015’s Blue Neighborhood, would have been buzzworthy even if Sivan hadn’t brought his own buzz.
85% The 405 At just 23 years old Troye Sivan is already being described as a gay icon and his new record Bloom isn’t going to do anything to slow that down.
84% Earbuddy The only other pop star who does something similar to what Sivan does is Ariana Grande (who has a feature on Bloom’s “Dance to This”), with the common denominator between them is that their wholesome conviction to the material makes them come across like they are happy and proud to have your attention.
83% Gaffa (Sweden) Troye lyckas på sitt andra album dela queer musik på ett liknande sätt som exempelvis Perfume Genius – bara en aning mer mainstream och lättillgängligt.
80% The Guardian There are those who believe it is a golden age for chart music, which has expanded its horizons to fearlessly tackle the kind of topics once thought unsuitable, from feminism to mental health.
70% Slant Magazine
70% Pop Matters It may not be the queer masterpiece that some were expecting, but in this day and age, Troye Sivan's Bloom proves that gay people need not rely on metaphors or "hints" to get their stories across and be accepted by the masses.