Bloom, Sivan's second studio album, can be seen as a celebration of queerness and queer love stories-both the heartbreaks as well as the triumphs. The album is stuffed full of fun, pop music that makes your whole body want to dance. There are features from big name artists like Ariana Grande and the album is on the short end of the pop spectrum, coming in at a little under 40 minutes total. Keeping the album short was a smart move for Sivan; the audience is left wanting to hear more from the artist rather than bored after an hour of mediocre music shoved on the end of the album as some musicians are wont to do to increase play time.
Overall, this album speaks greatly to the queer experience, specifically to gay men and their relationships, and offers a fun, pop background to these themes. You can check out the album from the library by clicking the album cover below: