ILLENIUM opens the ‘Fallen Embers’ deluxe edition doors with Thirty Seconds to Mars on ‘Wouldn’t Change A Thing’Redrocks12 028

ILLENIUM opens the ‘Fallen Embers’ deluxe edition doors with Thirty Seconds to Mars on ‘Wouldn’t Change A Thing’

We said over the summer that July was ILLENIUM’s month, but it’s looking more like all of 2021 is ILLENIUM’s at this point. Just when you thought he was going to shift full focus onto his Fallen Embers run this fall and winter, he decided that his fourth LP deserved an extra tracklist boost. Five unreleased tracks had piled up in the time since Fallen Embers arrived and questions started to form as to what ILLENIUM’s exact plans were going to be for them. Most of that uncertainty was immediately laid to rest when he dropped the announcement bomb that Fallen Embers would receive its deluxe edition—minus two of the five IDs—on October 22, leading with his tie-up alongside Thirty Seconds to Mars, which has now officially arrived.

Taking to Twitter to let everyone attempt to decode the giant featured-artist question mark on the single he would be premiering at Life Is Beautiful, ILLENIUM took aim at another nostalgia-filled release after his Tom DeLonge pairing, bringing in Thirty Seconds to Mars. Joining ILLENIUM and Virtual Riot’s co-remix of “Blame Myself,” “Hurts Like This” with Banners, “Superhero” with William Black and Alna, and finally his long-lost reunion with Said The Sky “I See You,” “Wouldn’t Change A Thing” not only jumpstarts the Fallen Embers deluxe roll call, but also breaks the Jared Leto-led band’s hiatus after more than three years. Although he felt it didn’t exactly fit on the original Fallen Embers, ILLENIUM readily builds off his blend between rock and bass music that he explored more closely on his newest album, breaking the anticipation floodgates open for his LP’s exhaustive supplement in exactly one week.

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