Discussion in 'Pop & Justice' started by alanmr, Jun 10, 2017.
Isn’t this a song on reputation?
The Lorde has spoken.
If Troye, Hayley Kiyoko and Kim Petras can all smash this year it will go some way to making up for the “straight boy with guitar” tedium that seemed to dominate music in 2017.
Does anyone remember the photo of Troye being carried by two very masc gay men at a meet & greet?
I remember but can't find / must recreate
This song snatched my bussy and never gave it back to me.
I'd love an homage to King Sylvester:
Been a fan of Troye's for a while now. Saw him live in 2016 and he was magical. I'm delighted to see all the positive reaction to the bop that is "My My My!". And that music video, oh boy.
And the Disco Tits Queen has spoketh
Troye has officially been blessed by the Holy Trinity.
I'm pretty good:
Been searching all morning and can only find
The daddyphobia is real
This makes me smile so much, all this wonderful praise from my pop queens. Dipping my stan card in gold and framing it as we speak.
Have been obsessively playing My My My! over speakers
This is so addictive.
Please be a smash.
This so far doesn't have the aggressive replay value that say 'Wild' or 'Youth' does, but it leads the album perfectly, because it makes such a confident statement about his sound, his look and his evolution since Blue Neighbourhood. I'm perched for what's to come.
This is already easily his best song for me.
Pretty nice article on Troye and Hayley by Billboard, on the importance of queer artists.
In the current music scene, it doesn't happen often that I love a song after just one listen - but Troye's new one is just love at first listen, so so so good.
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