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Troye Sivan Surprises Fans with New Single “Honey” and Exclusive Remixes

Troye Sivan has delighted his fans yet again with the surprise release of “Honey”, the fourth single from his highly acclaimed album “Something To Give Each Other”.

This latest offering follows the success of previous singles “Rush”, “Got Me Started”, and “One of Your Girls”, further solidifying Sivan’s place in the pop music scene.

In an exciting twist, “Honey” comes with three unique remixes created by UK producer and DJ Mura Masa. Each remix is designed to evoke a different mood: euphoria, wonder, or chill, providing listeners with a multifaceted musical experience. These remixes are part of a special partnership with the ice cream brand Magnum, adding a sweet touch to the release.

The new EP drops just as Sivan is preparing to embark on a European tour. The tour kicks off on May 29th in Portugal and will wrap up in the UK on June 28th. Following his European dates, Sivan is set to join forces with Charli XCX for a co-headlining tour across the USA, starting on September 14th and running through October 23rd.

Mura Masa is a rising star in the music industry. Born Alexander George Edward Crossan, the British artist has been creating music since he was 16 years old, initially gaining attention by uploading mixes and bootlegs to Soundcloud.

His track “Lotus Eater” caught the ear of BBC radio, leading to a record deal and collaborations with major artists such as ASAP Rocky, Stormzy, Christine and the Queens, Damon Albarn, Charlie XCX, Nile Rodgers, and HAIM. Despite his relatively young age of 28, Mura Masa has already built an impressive resume and continues to shape the contemporary music landscape.

With “Honey” and its remixes, Troye Sivan once again proves his ability to innovate and engage his audience, promising a summer filled with exciting musical moments. Fans eagerly await the start of his tours, where they can experience the magic of his latest releases live.

Check the EP below!

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