‘Rager Teenager!’ Is the third single of ‘In A Dream’ – EP consisting of six songs by an Australian singer Troye Sivan.


As part of the EP ‘In A Dream’ promotion plan, Troye Sivan has released two previous singles titled ‘Easy’ and ‘Take Yourself Home’, a song that the male singer confided is one of the brightest song.

Commenting on the new product, Troye Sivan compared ‘In A Dream’ as ‘the story is still untold. ‘ ‘This collection of mini-songs explores a time like a roller coaster in my life when feelings and thoughts were so fresh that they were so startling. Revisiting these songs and moments hasn’t really been easy, but I’m proud of this music and I can’t wait to share it with everyone. ‘

Previously, on March 20, 2020, through an Instagram post, Troye Sivan scored in the hearts of fans with an act that could not be better. Accordingly, the male singer has sent an invitation to cooperate with freelancers who have the graphic ability to start producing for his new MVs. Instead of teaming up with large crews, Troye Sivan wants to help individuals who are struggling in the still complicated COVID-19 pandemic.


‘In A Dream ‘will be a collaboration with producer Oscar Görres, who has worked with artists such as the Weeknd, Marina, Tove Lo. This will be the singer’s first production since the release of the ‘Bloom’ album in 2018 and the first EP since ‘Wild ‘, released in 2015.

Although his age is quite young, Troye Sivan is no longer a strange name in the US – UK music community. Starting from a vlogger, from a ‘for fun’ cover music, the 25-year-old singer has owned an EP and two albums on the top 10 of the Billboard 200. Publicly gay in 2013, Troye Sivan until now still shows the flaming pop music mixed with stories and messages about same-sex love, an inseparable part of him. Troye Sivan is also an artist with notable collaborations with Charli XCX, Lauv and most recently became a co-author of the song ‘Louder Than Bombs’ by BTS. Last year, the singer born in 1995 even received a Golden Globe nomination for the song ‘Revelation’, the song used in the movie ‘Boy Erased’.