Let us introduce you to the Limited Glory Edition 7″ pressing, which recalls an especially sexy moment from the music video at, erm, a glory hole. The gay pop prince’s eyes peek out from a yellow vinyl disc through a duct-tape hole in the cover artwork.
But wait, there’s more! The limited edition record also features an exclusive remix with iconic queer rapper Big Freedia.
We’ve got to hand it to LGBTQ+ graphic designer Nicholas Davison, who called it “the most hilarious, yet clever design ask” he’s ever gotten. This is art! Davison has already got quite the résumé, working with the likes of Katy Perry, Doechii, and Maggie Rogers. Still, this might be his best (and horniest) work yet.
The vinyl is available for pre-order on Troye’s site now for $15.99.
We’re still a month out from the “Bloom” singer’s new album Something to Give Each Other (which drops on October 13), but the hype is hanging around like the scent of poppers at, well, a Troye Sivan concert.
If you’re hooked up to a lie detector, your darkest secrets could be exposed. For Troye Sivan, the test exposed his ignorance of a gay icon.
While “Rush” heats up the scene, some of our other fave queer artists have come to keep us cool on this week’s Queer Music Mixtape.
Sivan also graced the cover of Rolling Stone Australia, where he revealed his new record was inspired by a hookup. “We were laying in bed and he was like, ‘This is one of life’s greatest pleasures, connecting with people in this way,'” he told the magazine. “Obviously, the hookup is fun. But he’s like, ‘Even if I never see you again, we get to have this really special moment together.'”
It seems that inspiration has translated to Sivan’s Instagram. He shared a series of snaps from his summer with the caption, “Resting to prep for single #2.” Perhaps a Truvada anthem is coming next?
But he reaaaally caused a gay panic with a new nude pic captioned, “got me started.” TROYE!!! At least give us some warning next time.
Check out some of the funniest fan reactions to Troye’s upcoming era below.