Illenium releases ‘Crawl Out Of Love,’ announces sophomore album
There are melodic bass producers, and then there’s Nick Miller. The Denver-based producer known as Illenium has not only been releasing cutting-edge melodic tracks over the past three years, he’s also been advocating for “melodic” as a movement. That’s one of many reasons Dancing Astronaut named him one of our Top 25 artists to watch for in 2017.
Just one week after his momentous release with Zeds Dead, Miller took to one of his online fan group communities to reveal the official track listing for his sophomore album, Awake. The caption of his post read, “Album release getting ANNOUNCED with crawl Monday. Pre order avail next week.”
On Aug. 7, Illenium returned with the captivating melodic single, “Crawl Outta Love,” featuring Annika Wells, out on Seeking Blue/Kasaya Records. Miller has been teasing the single since Middlelands, as well as in his Electric Forest “Ashes to Ashes” mini-mix.
“Crawl Outta Love” stands as the evolutionary culmination of Miller’s past and present sound stamps packaged into one beautiful break-up ballad — from the ever-present signature synths in “So Wrong” to the budding build-ups of his remixes of The Chainsmokers‘ “Don’t Let Me Down” and Kaskade‘s “Disarm You.”
Pre-order Illenium’s Awake LP here, ahead of it’s September 21st release.