Troye Sivan has had a wild couple of days. In a recent video he shared on YouTube, the up-and-coming artist says he’s been in three major U.S. cities—New York, Los Angeles and San Diego—Tokyo, Japan, Seoul, South Korea and Christchurch, New Zealand, over the last nine days.
Troye captured his time in Seoul and Tokyo to share with fans back home and here in the U.S.
During his stop in Seoul, Troye performed his first ever music festival. With that being the case and the fact he had never been in the country before, he thought he’d be on a small stage. That wasn’t the case though. He says about 20,000 people came to see him that day.
That night he flew on over to Tokyo were he notes that he was so hungry that he ate pork Ramen….and that he’s Jewish. In seeing the Japanese culture, Troye came to this conclusion.
“If you are not yourself, you are setting yourself up to fail.”
Catch other bits of Troye’s adventure in the video below.
Troye will be heading out on a U.S. tour starting Oct. 16. The first stop will be at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium and tickets are still available.
Cimorelli recently shared the music video for their track “Good Enough.”
The track does not appear on the girls’ debut full length album “Up At Night.” Fans made that album possible via a Pledge Music project.
You can listen to “Up At Night” on iTunes, Google Play, Spotify, Amazon and Pledge Music. You can also purchase the album on several of those sites.
Last week, Cimorelli released the music video for “I Like it.” You can also check that out just below.
Cimorelli—which consists of Lauren, Christina, Lisa, Amy, Danielle and Katherine Cimorelli– will take on Europe this fall as a part of their Up At Night Tour.” The girls will also be offering meet and greet sessions at several shows.
Hey Violet—the first band signed to 5 Seconds of Summer’s Hi or Hey Records—have released the music video for their track “Brand New Moves.” The song will appear on the band’s second EP album which holds the same name.
“Brand New Moves”—the EP—is scheduled for release on Aug. 15. It’s also currently available for pre-order.
Want more Hey Violet? The band will be doing a livestream tomorrow.
“hey guys! we’re gonna do a Facebook livestream tomorrow at 2pm pt. we’ll be hanging out and chatting about #brandnewmoves xo,” they tweeted.
Hey Violet just won a Teen Choice Award for the Choice Music: Next Big Thing. They were up against Ruth B., Sofia Carson, Grace, New District and Leroy Sanchez…so yeah tough competition!