American producer millennium Locked up for three headlining shows in Australia later this year. He will arrive at the Hordern Pavilion in Sydney on Saturday 25 November before heading to Melbourne and Brisbane (sorry, West Coast folks) a week later. This will be ILLENIUM’s first show in the country since early 2020.
The announcement comes ahead of the release of the producer’s fifth self-titled album, which hits store shelves on Friday, April 28. ILLENIUM – born Nick Miller – just released another single, which you can hear below.
ILLENIUM: ‘Love me a little bit’
millennium is the follow-up to miller’s 2021 album fallen embers, This earned him a Grammy for Best Dance/Electronic Album. Unfortunately for ILLENIUM, he lost to beyoncé regeneration.
We’ve heard a whole bunch of singles from the upcoming record, including “Shiver” (featuring Spirit box), ‘All That Really Matters’ (with Teddy Swims) and ‘From The Ashes’, featuring Skyler Gray. Australia’s own true blue He will also appear as a guest on the record, contributing vocals to the song “Other Side”.
“For me, a self-titled album is my core sound,” ILLENIUM said of the release. “I see this album and its story as a prequel to a trilogy, where I can explore my original musical inspirations and incorporate something really fresh.”
early recorded trilogy mentioned by miller ashes, awakeningand climbing – The last one arrived in 2019.
ILLENIUM AUSTRALIA TOUR 2023
Saturday 25 November – Hordern Pavilion, Sydney
Friday 1 December – John Caine Arena, Melbourne
Saturday 2 December – The Fortitude Concert Hall, Brisbane
General tickets go on sale Tuesday, March 7 at 11am local time travel through the border. The Frontier pre-sale will take place on Monday, March 6th at 10AM local time.
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