Following a string of heavy hits by Denver-based music producer Illenium in 2018, it seems that he has bigger plans for the new year.
Nicholas Miller has successfully established himself as a monster in the bass scene with his melodic, and future bass, productions. His impeccable sound design, combined with his live shows, has won him a loyal, rapidly-growing, fanbase dubbed the Illenials.
He has began transitioning into different sounds, beginning with his previous track with Call Me Karizma, God Damnit. Titled Crashing, this release marks the 28-year-old musician’s first original track for 2019. This time, he enlists pop singer Bahari to be the vocal feature of this pop-house single.
The near 4-minute song is the product of Illenium’s talent as he ventures further from his usual style, while still maintaining his signature sound design. Upon listening to the track, it has all the elements of the process of falling, and being drunk, on love. It’s euphoric, light, and hits you in the feels. We are here for it!
Crashing is now available on all streaming platforms. Listen to the song below!
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