In the vulnerable new video, which he directed himself, the Aussie singer-songwriter delivers the powerful lyrics in an empty house before embodying the essence of Ziggy Stardust era David Bowie – back-up dancers and all.
Troye also embraces his inner Elio in Call Me By Your Name as he longingly stares into a fire. Oh, and there’s a rabbit. The uptempo synthpop anthem reflects on a relationship that “hasn’t been easy” due to something – or someone – coming between them. “I can’t even look at you, would you look at the space just next to your feet,” sings Troye. “The wood is warping, the lines distorting, this house is on fire, burning the tears right off my face.” Easy is Troye’s second single of 2020 after Take Yourself Home, both of which