Christmas is coming and so are this year's new releases to usher in the festive season. Here's our pick of the bunch.
As the holiday season is fast approaching we thought we'd do a round up of this years new songs that have all been released in time for Christmas. The bin men of Wolverhampton have sadly not made the cut, although we wish them well, and as for Michael Ball and Alfie Boe's cover of 'Mistletoe And Wine', well, we thought we'd spare you that. Instead we've gone for ten of the best current crackers to get you in the mood for Christmas. There are some big hitters, including Liam Payne, Lil Nas X and even Dolly and Miley, putting their individual stamp on this years Christmas list, let's hope one or more of them is just the surprise gift you've been looking for.
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Troye Sivan seen entering the iHeartRadio Music Festival held at T-Mobile Arena Las Vegas, Nevada, United States - Saturday 24th September 2016
The actor and singer opens up about LGBT based video trilogy.
Actor turned singer Troye Sivan is quickly becoming an icon in the LGBT community for his open depictions of same-sex relationships in his newly released debut album 'Blue Neighbourhood' for which he released a touching video trilogy for three of the songs.
Troye Sivan talks about his LGBT music videos
The 'X-Men Origins: Wolverine' star had us in floods of tears with the three-part video story directed by Tim Mattia for his album 'Blue Neighbourhood', featuring the songs 'Wild', 'Fools' and 'Talk Me Down'. Together they explore a relationship between two men, from their beginnings as childhood friends, through their complicated adolescent love affair that is forcibly torn apart by one of their fathers, and finally to its tragic end when one of them commits suicide.
Troye Sivan - Troye Sivan at the BBC Radio 1 studios - London, United Kingdom - Friday 20th November 2015
Date of birth
5th June, 1995
Place of birth
Johannesburg, South Africa