Get ready, Australian music fans! ILLENIUM, the renowned US producer, is bringing his epic sound to your shores for three headlining shows in November and December 2023. The electrifying journey kicks off in Sydney at the Hordern Pavilion on Saturday, 25th November, before taking over Melbourne and Brisbane one week later. This is the moment you’ve been waiting for – ILLENIUM’s first live shows in Australia since early 2020.
But that’s not all! Just ahead of the tour, ILLENIUM will be releasing his fifth album, which is self-titled and set to hit virtual shelves on Friday, 28th April. He’s already unveiled the latest single from the album, ‘Luv Me A Little’, giving us a glimpse of what’s to come. Don’t miss out on this sensational experience – get ready to dance the night away to ILLENIUM‘s mind-blowing beats!
ILLENIUM is the upcoming self-titled album from the multi-talented artist Nick Miller, known professionally as ILLENIUM. Following his previous release, Fallen Embers, which received a Grammy nomination for Best Dance/Electronic Album in 2021, the latest album is highly anticipated. Unfortunately, the award went to Black Coffee’s Subconsciously.
Several singles from the album have already been released, including ‘Shivering’ (featuring Spiritbox), ‘All That Really Matters’ (with Teddy Swims), and ‘From The Ashes’ (featuring Skylar Grey). The album also features guest vocals from Australian pop artist Vera Blue, who appears on the track ‘Other Side’.
According to ILLENIUM, the self-titled album reflects the core essence of his musical identity. He views this release as a prequel to his Trilogy, consisting of his first three albums, Ashes, Awake, and Ascend, the latter of which came out in 2019. He explains that this album allows him to explore his original musical inspirations while blending fresh elements, resulting in a unique and authentic sound. Get ready to immerse yourself in the world of ILLENIUM and experience his musical journey like never before!
General tickets are now on sale, via Frontier Touring.
November 25 – Hordern Pavilion, Syd
December 1 – John Cain Arena, Melb
December 2 – Fortitude Music Hall, Bris