At long last, a song debuted by Illenium at Ubbi Dubbi Festival a couple weekends ago is slated for release. The Denver DJ/producer has revealed that "Good Things Fall Apart" featuring Jon Bellion will arrive on May 13th. In addition, he's shared captivating artwork for the endeavor.

"Good Things Fall Apart" is among the more compelling recent songs delivered by Illenium (real name Nicholas D. Miller). The marriage between its serene topline, acoustic guitar melody, and vibrant synths is visually represented by a similar fusion of elements in its surrealistic artwork.

Following a rapid climb into EDM superstardom since his debut in 2013, 2019 marks a milestone year for Miller. In addition to delivering memorable singles like "Crashing" and "Pray," he will play his first-ever headline set at Madison Square Garden in NYC.

Presave "Good Things Fall Apart" featuring Jon Bellion by Illenium on Spotify here.

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