Heaven is one of my favorite songs from Troye Sivan’s album, Blue Neighborhood, in part because it features the fabulous Betty Who, but because of it’s message. It can be incredibly difficult to understand and accept your sexual orientation, and coming out is not an easy process. As gay people, we experience two realities. One of love and acceptance, where we know deep down in our core that what we feel is true. And another reality where we are simply misunderstood, and told that our lives are wrong or dirty. A reality where fighting for equal rights – and acceptance – is a necessity. I think Troye expresses that thought in this song and video, while also bringing religion into it.
This past Saturday I went to Terminal 5 for the last day of the Scissor Sisters tour, and it was phenomenal. Unfortunately, I’m not as familiar with their older music so I couldn’t jam out as much to the…