Illenium's third album is on the way. Back in March, the "Good Things Fall Apart" producer announced "new album" headlining shows at Madison Square Garden and Red Rocks Amphitheatre which all but confirmed a new longform project was in the works. 

We now know Illenium's third album, Ascend, will be released on August 16th of this year. We already have a taste of what the project will offer. Illenium's 2019 singles "Pray" with Kameron Alexander, "Crashing" with Bahari, and "Good Things Fall Apart" with Jon Bellion, are all likely to make the final album cut.

Illenium's previous album Awake came in September of 2017 and peaked at #3 on Billboard's Top Dance/Electronic Albums chart. The success of his previous albums sets high stakes for Ascend, but if Illenium's recent singles are any indication, it could easily be his strongest full-length effort yet. 

Stay tuned for more pre-album information and tour news due from Illenium later this week. 

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