Listen to Troye Sivan’s incredible cover of Queen’s Somebody To Love


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To celebrate the release of Queen biopic Bohemian Rhapsody, which is out in cinemas now, a number of modern-day singers have offered their vocal talents to their own unique interpretations of some of the band’s most iconic songs.

Following covers of Under Pressure by Shawn Mendes and Killer Queen by 5 Seconds Of Summer, out Aussie pop superstar Troye Sivan has taken on Somebody To Love, which first appeared on the band’s 1976 album A Day At The Races.

“I’m so beyond honoured to have been asked to cover Somebody To Love by Queen, a masterful song by the most legendary band,” Troye said in a statement.

This new version of the track is produced by Bram Inscore, who worked with Troye on his debut album Blue Neighbourhood, and sees the singer-songwriter give a moody, atmospheric rendition of the anthem which will give you all the feels.

Proceeds from the covers will go to The Mercury Phoenix Trust, a charity set up in memory of Freddie Mercury which supports the fight against HIV/AIDS around the world.

Listen to Troye’s cover of Somebody To Love below.



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