It's been a big year for Troye Sivan, and the guy isn't done yet. After releasing his second album, Bloom, in August, the 23-year-old will also appear in the Oscar-buzzy gay teen conversion-therapy drama Boy Erased when that hits theaters on Friday (November 2). Sivan also contributed a wonderfully melancholic song to that film called "Revelation" in collaboration with Sigur Rós's Jónsi. Last month, he also popped up alongside Charli XCX on the peppy nostalgia trip "1999."

And there's more! Ahead of the new Queen biopic Bohemian Rhapsody, young pop artists have been tackling legendary Queen tracks to benefit the Mercury Phoenix Trust and fight against HIV/AIDS. Shawn Mendes and teddy<3 took on "Under Pressure," 5 Seconds of Summer assembled for "Killer Queen," and now Siva's given his take on the 1976 soul-baring, gospel-indebted "Somebody to Love," a.k.a. one of Nate Ruess's favorite songs ever.