Illenium took to Twitter today to announce that he is releasing some of his own edits of tracks from his Ascend LP, his critically acclaimed third studio album released back in August 2019.
Illenium has been teasing his "Tour Edits" for a while now, dropping them at the vast majority of his live shows after the release of Ascend. It seems that being stuck in quarantine has made him look at those past shows through rose-colored glasses. "Being stuck at home has me missing all of you and I hope this EP let's us experience another show together," Illenium wrote, accompanying his message with a "heart" emoji.
Check out the announcement below.
Along with the announcement, Illenium shared a snippet of the "Tour Edit" of his global smash "Crashing (feat. Bahari)," in which he flipped the original into a soaring midtempo remix. You can watch a clip of Illenium dropping the tune at last year's Ascend tour stop in Irving, TX below.
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As of the time of writing, Illenium has not divulged which edits he will be releasing on Friday.