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Troye Sivan pays tribute to historic moments in LGBT+ history.
Michaela Morgan

20 Jan 2017 - 1:24 PM  UPDATED 20 Jan 2017 - 3:23 PM

Troye Sivan has released a powerful new video clip that celebrates the history and love of the LGBT+ community for his latest single, Heaven.

The black and white clip - directed by Luke Gilford - features historic moments over the decades, including gay pride parades, marriage equality rallies and footage of Harvey Milk.

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Sivan tweeted his thanks to collaborators, Alex Hope, Jack Antonoff, Grimes and Betty Who for helping him “make the most important song I’ve made”.

The track is from his latest album—Blue Neighbourhood—and features vocals from fellow Australian, Betty Who.



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