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Troye Sivan has announced plans to drop a new single, 'Take Yourself Home'

It'll be with us on 1st April.
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Published: 10:09 am, March 24, 2020
Troye Sivan has announced plans to drop a new single, 'Take Yourself Home'

Troye Sivan has announced plans to drop a new single next week.

Titled 'Take Yourself Home', he announced the plans to debut the new track on 1st April via social media, with an intention to use his video budget to work with freelance artists.

It's a "tough and scary time," he explained, "and I feel so lucky to have music and art to get me through emotionally and financially and I want to share that.”

“We’re going rogue. Freelance artists (graphic designers, animation artists) HMU I want to work with you and take the money I would be spending on music videos and give it to you.”

He's previously shared a snippet of the track over the weekend, which you can check out below.

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