Troye Sivan dropped the lyric video for his new single "Bloom." Jason Ebeyer created the animation for the clip.

The over three-minute lyric video opens with a cartoon version of the Australian singer sitting on the porch while the words to "Bloom" flash on the screen. The setting for the lyric video appears to be in a garden filled with flowers.

"Bloom" follows Sivan's other singles "My My My!" and "The Good Side," released on Jan. 10 and Jan. 19, respectively. All three songs will be part of the singer's forthcoming album TS2.

'Blue Neighborhood Tracklist'

The official release date for Sivan's second album has not yet been confirmed, but rumors are suggesting that it will be sometime next month. TS2 also serves as a follow-up to 2015's Blue Neighborhood.

The tracks featured in the said album are "WILD," "FOOLS," "EASE," "TALK ME DOWN," "COOL," "HEAVEN," "YOUTH," "LOST BOY," "for him.," and "SUBURBIA."

Troye Sivan Teases 'TS2'

Earlier this year, the 22-year-old singer opened up about his second compilation and said that it would be different from his first music project. Blue Neighborhood was filled with teen angst brought about by his insecurities.

"I don't know if the world needs a sad album right now. I think they need to go out and have some sort of sonic belief and be reminded that we've been through shit in the past and we're going to continue to go through shit, but we're always going to be okay," said Sivan.

The singer also said that he hopes his fans can move forward with him when they hear his upcoming album.

When asked if TS2 will still focus on his sexuality just like Blue Neighborhood, Sivan said that he would continue to be honest with his music. The singer writes his songs from his perspective, which suggests his second album will shed light on his sexuality.

However, Sivan hopes that his sexuality will not be such a big deal, especially for his fans. At the end of the day, he has learned a lot about his craft after the release of his first album, as well as from touring, and he has applied them to his second compilation.

"I had learned so much from touring about my voice and the kind of music that I wanna make, and what works in a live setting and what doesn't. I sort of subconsciously wrote this album for the road," said Sivan.