"Good Things Fall Apart" featuring Jon Bellion punctuated perhaps the most eventful festival season of Illenium's career thus far. The two artists have a music video for the single in the works, and they've gone to whimsical lengths to share that information with their collective fan base.
In a video clip tweeted by Illenium (real name Nicholas D. Miller), he and Bellion can be seen wearing Air Force marching band-inspired uniforms. "Our new track 'Good Things Fall Apart' just came out and we're recording a music video," Miller says in the video. "Hope you guys love it."
In addition to delivering crowd-pleasing singles like "Crashing" and "Pray," Miller is making 2019 his year with career-defining performances. Not only has he sold out three consecutive Red Rocks Amphitheatre shows, he will also headline his first show at Madison Square Garden in New York City.
Illenium also has a collaboration with Ekali on the way that he debuted at EDC Las Vegas last month. In the meantime, he will resume touring with a performance at Hakkasan Las Vegas tonight, June 6th.
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