Just over two weeks ago ILLENIUM shook the dance music world with the release of his highly anticipated fourth album, Fallen Embers. While that in and of itself was a lot for his fans to process, they've now been gifted a high-profile remix from NGHTMRE, who took on ILLENIUM's collaboration with Matt Maeson, "Heavenly Side."
While ILLENIUM's original is much more stripped back with a heavy emphasis on guitar and Maeson's vocals, NGHTMRE's rendition represents a significant departure. Bright keys welcome listeners in before heavily processed vocals give way to an explosion of colorful, bright synths that fill the air with a euphoric thwack.
You can listen to NGHTMRE's remix of "Heavenly Side" here and listen below.
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