• Troye Sivan teamed up with Canadian singer Alessia Cara to re-release his breakthrough hit "WILD". (Jerod Harris, Getty Images)Source: Jerod Harris, Getty Images
The revamped music video for "Wild" features Alessia Cara's vocals, as well as gay and straight couples.
Stephanie Marie Anderson

26 Jul 2016 - 2:53 PM  UPDATED 26 Jul 2016 - 2:43 PM

"WILD" is the song that helped Aussie singer and YouTuber Troye Sivan crack the U.S. market, and he's celebrating all over again with a re-release of the hit with new vocals provided by Canadian songstress Alessia Cara.

Of course, a new version of the song requires a shiny new version of the video, also, and Troye has certainly not let us down in that respect.

The new music video is all about young love, according to Troye, who spoke to Billboard about the re-release.

“We shot this music video that basically just profiles love in a couple of young relationships and young love," he says, adding: "For me, the song is always about those initial butterflies you get when you meet someone new."

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Upping the ante from the original video, which shows Troye share a same-sex smooch, the new video depicts the romantic sparks between both gay and straight couples, an intentional choice on Troye's part.

"I wanted to capture [young love] in a bunch of different ways and show people that love is love no matter what form it’s in," he says.

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