Following some heavier releases in 2018 like “Gold (Stupid Love)” with Excision and “Sound Of Where’d U Go” with 1788-L, Illenium is transitioning right into a softer sound. It started with “God Damnit” that includes Call Me Karizma, however goes even additional along with his first single of 2019, “Crashing” that includes Bahari.
There’s no two methods about it, “Crashing” is a pure pop track. It’s actually exhausting to inform what id the track will take proper up till the place the drop needs to be, however it’s fairly clear as soon as it is available in. And so far as pop songs go, it’s actually rattling good. The most essential aspect, the undefinable “Illenium-ness” of the track, continues to be intact.
“Crashing” will undoubtedly take a number of listens for followers to essentially change into comfy with, however it’s certain to be a favourite in units regardless.
Last however not least, the monitor paintings… seems to be acquainted, doesn’t it? Looking again on the paintings for “God Damnit,” that positively looks like the identical cave proper? The small character within the artwork is even following the phoenix because it goes deeper into the cave. Expect to see extra of this type of imagery as Illenium undoubtedly builds as much as the discharge of his third studio album — possibly even this yr.
Listen to “Crashing” that includes Bahari under.
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