Sundays always bring in the new. New week, new shows, and now new Illenium. The Denver-based producer (real name Nick Miller) announced on Twitter that those lucky enough to attend Ubbi Dubbi Fest would be the first to hear the debut of his new song featuring Jon Bellion.  

Now the speculation that it is, in fact, a track with Jon Bellion comes down the thread in the comments. The vocalist is best known for his collaboration with Zedd on the track "Beautiful Now" as well as his solo track "All Time Low." His smooth vocals are going to work beautifully with Miller's style. 

Miller recently canceled his shows in London, Cologne, and Haag after a health scare with his girlfriend sidelined him. He is fresh off the release of his "Pray" remix package and is ready to take on the rest of his tour. Ubbi Dubbi Festival takes place at Panther Island in Fort Worth Texas, April 27 and 28th. 

H/T: Your EDM

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