Illenium – The Producer’s Biggest Show Yet
Nick Miller, known professionally as Illenium, is an American DJ, producer, and musician. He has released four studio albums, the most recent being Fallen Embers, which received a Grammy nomination. The group will also be performing as a 12Tone member for the first-time. Read on for more information on this American producer’s upcoming tour. This is his biggest ever show. His latest tour dates are worth checking out if you like electronic music.
Ascend is Illenium’s thirth full-length album.
Although Ascend technically marks the band‘s third full length album, it is their most personal. The band is originally from Denver Colorado. In 2010, it started as a small duo and has evolved to become a full-fledged creative powerhouse. ASCEND, the band’s third studio album is a magnificent work of art. It’s both a triumph as well as a risk. Ascend has gone from 12 songs on Ashes to 17 on Ascend.
Ascend, Illenium’s third studio album, features a number of chart-topping singles and has had cumulative streams in excess of 270 million. You can find singles from the album such as “Take You Down”, the emotionally charged “Crashing” with Bahari and the dramatic and tense “Sad Songs” featuring Jon Bellion and Foy Vance.
In Denver, the duo has enjoyed a steady following for half a decade. Their music has become an essential part of Denver’s musical scene, with word-of-mouth spreading like wildfire. Their live shows continue to grow, with their production values growing along with the audience size. Illenium is now taking Ascend the next step in his evolution.
Illenium’s Ascend LP boasts an all-star line-up of artists. The Denver-based duo have grown to be huge electronic artists, with more than two billion streams on his discography and fifteen millions monthly Spotify listeners. Ascend has been a major success in the dance music industry and is a must-have item for all fans. They are a Denver-based producer that is signed to Astralwerks.
In terms of composition, Ascend is a fascinating album. The band has recurrent themes on their albums. The titles of their albums seem to be inspired by the mythical bird who reincarnates. The band’s songs are uplifting and beautiful, but they also deal with issues of grief and loss, as well as how to overcome negative emotions. The songs are catchy and not too weak.
Illenium’s third full length album is “Ascend”. It features collaborations between Bellion and Kameron Alexandr. The album contains the tracks “Takeaway” & “Take You Down.” ASCEND is also collaborating with Jon Bellion, Bahari and The Chainsmokers. The collaboration between Foy Vance and Illenium is a highlight, featuring a great acoustic instrument.
Ascend reached the #1 spot on Billboard’s Top Dance/Electronic Albums charts
Illenium’s latest full-length album, “ASCEND”, debuted at #1 in the Billboard Top Dance/Electric Albums chart. It also debuted in iTunes’ Top 10 Albums charts. The group hosted a YouTube album premiere to celebrate the release. The album was immediately acclaimed and ILLENIUM collaborated closely with The Chainsmokers to record the song “Takeaway” ft. Lennon Stella. The track was a smash hit with more than 30 million Spotify streams and almost 19 million views on its music videos.
Bringing a pop sensibility to the EDM genre, Illenium has continued to build upon his signature melodic bass style. His collaborations with rap artists like Drake have landed on the top 10 electronic charts. In the next months, Ascend will likely be even more popular than the new album. Illenium will perform this fall on his Ascend Tour.
While Illenium has been hard at work for years, the release of Ascend, his third album, has already reached the top spot on the Dance/Electronic Albums chart. It beat Marshmello and DJ Snake. The album has been out for just two weeks. What’s next for the producer? This is a huge step forward by the Chicago-based producer.
Mac Miller was born in Chicago, but grew up in San Francisco. He developed his signature melodic style of dubstep while watching Bassnectar at Red Rocks Amphitheatre in San Francisco. He was subsequently endorsed by Skrillex, and released Awake, which was critically acclaimed. Since then, he’s been dating Lara McWhorter.
The album received worldwide attention and reached the top spot of the Billboard Top Dance/Electrical Albums lists. Illenium have announced a new tour to support the album. Tickets have already sold out. Tickets for the Illenium tour are available at their official website. The band also revealed the release of “Ascend”, a brand new single.
Ascend will mark the most ambitious live Illenium show yet
Illenium revealed a new album and tour earlier this year: Ascend. The album reached number 1. It reached No.1 on the Billboard Top Dance/Electronic Albums Chart. Jon Bellion received RIAA Gold for his contribution. The band will include a live band with Day on drums, Dabin on strings, and Said The Sky playing keys. Conscious Electronic will also be on the tour. They have been to the Red Rocks, Dallas and Dallas stops.
Illenium Live’s Said The Sky has been invited to perform on this tour by Illenium. The band has been collaborating with Said The Sky for a while and know each other well. They anticipate each other’s moves. The duo has been working together for several years, so it will be interesting to see how they integrate.
After a sold out tour of North America in 2016, the band signed a new deal with 12Tone Music Group. Their new music will be available in 2020. The band just completed a 42-date North American Tour, during which they were joined by Dabin and Said the Sky. They also performed live as a five piece band. Red Rocks Amphitheatre has been sold out by The Ascend Tour.
The band has been working with several guest producers in addition to Ascend. Ben Bellion, Justin Bieber and Jonny coffer are just a few of the guest producers. Ascend also features a collaboration by Jon Bellion on “Good Things Falls Apart”, which is about the band’s triumphant recovery from drug addiction. A song that was inspired by his heroin addiction experience has been released by the band.
Ascend is expected to be the most ambitious Illenium show to date. The band has a reputation for taking out album tours to support new releases. The band also announced additional Northern California local throwdown dates. While the band is well known for its ability to draw crowds, the band also plans on pursuing electric guitar. The band has a lot of touring dates lined up throughout the year. They will certainly make a splash.
Ascend will be Illenium’s first tour with new music label 12Tone
Illenium is well-known for its three full-length albums. Ashes, the trio’s debut album, and Awake 2017 No.1 album sold out Madison Square Garden as well as Staples Centre. Feel Good, RIAA Gold-certified, topped both the charts. In 2017, Illenium released a second album, titled Ascend, which featured the RIAA-certified Feel Good, and the RIAA-certified Without Me remix, which was remixed by Flume and featuring Tove Lo. Nightlight, the album title track, features Annika’s vocals. This is the band’s debut single on the new label.
Illenium announced their signing to 12Tone in early August. The band also released “Nightlight” as a celebration. This track will be the lead single on Illenium’s fourth album. It also marks the debut single of the band. The band’s recent North American tour has sold out several landmark venues, and reflects the band’s independent spirit and unorthodox style.
Illenium will embark on its first tour as a new music label member. The band will visit some historic venues. Lara McWhorter designed the album cover artwork for ‘Fallen Embers.’ The band has already confirmed their engagement. The band is currently gearing up for the tour along with their new music label. Illenium will visit the USA for the first-ever time to bring their music to new fans across the country.
Ascend is the band’s latest album. It features several high-profile guest producers like Rock Mafia or Jonny Coffer from Blink-182. The album shows the songwriters songwriting abilities, as shown by “Take You Down,” an original track that is inspired by their own experience with addiction. The video depicts the band’s triumphant return from drug addiction.
Ascend, Illenium’s newest album, was released August 16, 2019. The band have been constantly releasing new music since, as it quickly became a fan-favorite album. Ascend was a huge hit with the band. The tour will be his first on the new label. Book your tickets as soon as possible if you are looking for a date on a tour.