Allie X and Troye Sivan are pouring out their feelings in the new song “Love Me Wrong”.

The song explores the two artists’ experiences with being misunderstood. Allie, 34, elaborated on the songwriting process with Sivan, 24, in a statement.

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“This is a song about being misunderstood by your family or loved ones,” the Canadian artist shared. “You know that they love you, but not for the full person you are.”

“The relationship between a parent and child is so intense and layered, that it was liberating to put it into the simple phrase ‘you love me wrong’ and repeat it over and over in the chorus of this song,” Allie continued.

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Well guys. The moment many of you have been waiting for. An @alliex @troyesivan duet… Since 2014 I have heard you saying "collab!"… but here's the thing. We have been collaborating.. We've written 2 albums together, we've composed for film. Troye has always supported and lifted me up through all my releases, brought me on tour, helped me find my current manager, and been a friend. He is a very special person. I expect most of you suspect this already- so I'm here to confirm it's true! Anyway- it wasn't until we wrote Love Me Wrong, that I thought we truly had a song that made sense for both of us to sing. Leland, Bram Inscore, Troye and I had set up in a little house on the Pacific Coast Highway and Love Me Wrong poured out of us very quickly while the ocean waves roaring beneath us (which very on point thematically btw 😉). It is a song that means a lot to me. Thank you Troye for lending your voice to one of my favorite songs we've ever written and for everything else. PS THANK YOU @spotifycanada

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Allie and Sivan have been writing music together since 2014. They worked on Allie’s “Vintage” and Sivan’s “Youth”.

“Love Me Wrong” is featured on Allie’s upcoming fifth studio album, Cape God.