ILLENIUM releases the deluxe edition of his fourth full-length album Fallen Embers with a total of five songs.
The fourth album of the American dj and producer ILENIUM, was one of the big wishes of the fans for this year. For this reason, when on July 16, 2021, Fallen Embers, a new chapter in the professional career began, closing the Ashes, Awake & Ascend trilogy.
During the course of getting to the release of Fallen Embers, songs were heard at various events that drew a lot of attention. One of them was the remix a Blame Myself by Virtual Riot, in addition to the participation of ILENIUM, to give the song a great twist.
ILENIUM has kicked off his new tour, and in the recent performance at Red Rocks, he mentioned that the deluxe edition of the album. There are still productions that we do not know in which projects will be compiled, such as Story Of My Life, or the most recent collaboration between Wooly & grabbitz, premiered at EDC Las Vegas.
One day before the celebration of the 25 Years Under The Electric Sky, ILENIUM reveals the deluxe edition of Fallen Embers composed of a total of five new productions. Among these new musical compositions are the collaboration with Thirty Second To Mars, under the name of Wouldn't Change A Thing. in addition to Hurts Like This, together with BANNERS.
The most anticipated songs of course are also included, especially the remix mentioned above with Virtual Riot. One of the jewels of the album is the collaboration with William Black, for the release of Superhero, with the cooperation of Alna. And the last one is the one so desired I See You with the producer Said The Sky, which was scheduled to be released in the New Year, but due to circumstances beyond our reach, we do not know why it was not released.
Listen to the new one now on all platforms deluxe edition from the fourth studio album by ILLENIUM Fallen Embers, with the five new productions.