It’s been a hot minute in between live performances for Troye Sivan, what with the pandemic and all.

But, all of that is about to change! Troye Sivan took to social media this morning to make a very special announcement, something that he says is, “low-key one of my fave things we’ve ever made.”

Alongside Kim Petras, Sivan will be doing a special “live-streamed literal CONCERT with GrubHub” on June 25th.

The concert has been organised in partnership with the The National LGBT Chamber of Commerce, an organisation that supports LGBTQ+ owned restaurants impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Not only will both Sivan and Petras be performing, there will also be a special Q+A session. And for every comment posted in the chat, GrubHub will be donating $10 to the National LGBT Chamber of Commerce.

“I’m mega proud of this show. Low-key one of my fave things we’ve ever made. Tune in!!!!!” Sivan said on Twitter.

Troye Sivan’s club track ‘You’ with DJ Regard and Tate McRae still continues to dominate the world in playlists and radio charts, so it only made sense to give the people what they want: a music video.

Given the pandemic, it was pretty uncertain whether or not they would even make one, but given how much they killed their cross-continent Jimmy Fallon performance, it was a no-brainer.

Once again, the artists weren’t altogether to create the music video, but even if we weren’t in a pandemic, it wouldn’t have even been an issue as the video’s concept is so strong.

Without spilling exactly what happens, you can expect the video to take you into the sneaky mind of an internet hacker who clearly has an adoration for the artists on the track – so much so that she wants to be in the clip herself.

Check out a preview for the Troye Sivan livestream concert:

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