Illenium Dropped A New ID In His Snowglobe Set

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After captivating listeners last year with his pair up with Seven Lions and Said The Sky on “Rush Over Me,” Illenium is impressing again as a stunning new ID surfaces. The producer recently performed for a stacked crowd at California’s Snowglobe Music Festival, and some footage has now popped up of an unreleased tune that he dropped in his set there.

In the nearly two minute long video, we get a hefty sample of Illenium’s Snowglobe ID. The song starts off some pristine vocals from an unknown female singer, accompanied by light percussion and gentle guitar plucks. The music grows in intensity, transitioning into a future bass drop complete with emotive chords, slow rolling drum loops and chopped up vocal samples. It’s a powerful collision of rhythm and melody that is sure to have fans stoked for an official release.

The video cuts out abruptly, but not before leaving an impression on listeners. As is usually the case, the song title and release date have yet to be revealed at this point, but we’ll definitely be looking forward to Illenium offering up an official single for the Snowglobe ID.


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