Fans will be able to join Illenium on YouTube for a listening party to celebrate his upcoming album Ascend.
Friday, August 16th at 12:00 AM EST, Illenium (real name Nicholas Miller) will stream Ascend on his channel and interacting with fans live.
Miller's album has been among the most highly anticipated releases of the year. The idea of a YouTube listening party, scheduled to take place right as Ascend will be released, is a move that will satisfy a fan base already on the edge of their seats.
Miller has already announced the album's full tracklist which revealed that previous singles "Good Things Fall Apart," "Crashing," and "Pray" are all included in the final cut. Of course, Miller's most recent work, "Blood" with Foy Vance, is also included.
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However, the full 17-track LP still leaves a lot to be unearthed, and fans will have the opportunity to share their first impressions with Miller himself when Ascend is revealed in full. Tune into YouTube.com/IlleniumMusic for the listening party this Friday, August 16th.