"Blood" is slated for release Friday, August 2nd 2019.

Illenium is coming off a successful collaboration with The Chainsmokers and is ready for more. The Denver native took to social media to announce that his newest track, "Blood" featuring Foy Vance, will come out this Friday, August 2nd. This will be the last new track before his upcoming album Ascend drops on August 16th. 

He first debuted "Blood" at Audiotistic in Mountain View, California earlier this month. From the fan-released clip, it looks to be one of the harder tracks Illenium (real name Nicholas D. Miller) has released. Fans of his melodic verses should fear not, you can still hear those elements at the base of the track. 

Miller's third album is right around the corner, and bit by bit the artist has been releasing tracks off the highly anticipated collection. So far it's suspected that the singles "Pray," "Crashing" and "Good Things Fall Apart" will all be included. It will arrive right in time right for his first-ever headline show at Madison Square Garden and three consecutive sold-out shows at Red Rocks Amphitheatre. The 33-city Ascend Tour will commence September 18th. 

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