We’re slowly inching ahead towards the discharge of ILLENIUM’s fifth studio album, the self-titled ILLENIUM. Over time, we’ve seen his good album trilogy captivate followers internationally, culminating in “epilogue,” Fallen Embers, launched in 2021. We’re now coming into a brand new period of ILLENIUM, but the Denver artist nonetheless desires there to be a sure degree of nostalgia and familiarity along with his new work for long-time followers.
His new single out at this time, “Madness” with American Enamel, carries a theme of self-sabotage throughout the lyrics. It’s a subject, by roundabout means, that ILLENIUM has revisited pretty usually in his work.
“The whole lot about this track simply feels so anthemic to me,” ILLENIUM says of the most recent tantalizing style of his upcoming fifth album, ILLENIUM. “Elijah sounds completely epic and killed his efficiency on this document. It feels so nostalgic and I can’t get it out of my head.” American Enamel’s Elijah Noll is equally pleased with the track, which he describes as “a journey by the hazards of dwelling life on the sting.” For him, it’s about “getting misplaced in a reckless way of life and the inevitable chaos that ensues when making an attempt to navigate a relationship.”
“Madness” follows beforehand launched album singles “From The Ashes,” “Luv Me A Little,” “Worst Day,” “Shivering,” and “All That Actually Issues.” Pay attention beneath.
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