Tiësto to remix Illenium track ‘Good Things Fall Apart’

No one can deny the great musical contributions that the American Nicholas Miller aka Illenium brings to the current electronic music scene. With amazing tracks like ‘Feel Good‘ and remixes like his own take on The Chainsmokers‘ song ‘Don’t Let Me Down‘, he’s been one of the most desired artists to collab with. His tracks have not only been a source of inspiration for upcoming talent but also for established and renowned superstars like the one and only Tiësto.

After releasing his latest astonishing track ‘Good Things Fall Apart‘ with fellow American singer Jon Bellion, non-other than the Dutch icon himself Tiësto has been announced as one of the artists that will officially remix this unique tune. GTFA takes advantage of the unreal vocals from Jon and gives it that Illenium production touch with a majestic future bass sound that gives a sort of emotional goosebumps when listening to it. Now, the track will get a massive new take with Tiësto getting his hands on it.

Now, here’s the shocking fact. The project is set to be a big room house remix. At first sight, in times where more techno and underground sounds are on the rise, the fact that the legend is working on a genre that the electronic music community in general seems to not care anymore is at best, surprising. Fans are on the edge of their seats as no previews have been leaked at the moment and no one knows how the song might sound.

Whatever the remix might sound like, the artist that we’re talking about stands out among plenty of things, for having positively surprised us all multiple times over the years and it’s clear that it should always be expected the best from the best. Tomorrow Friday 12th the song will be out, so luckily it won’t be a long wait.

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Born and raised in Barcelona (Spain), Pol's passion for dance music has brought him to London (UK), where he combines his role at We Rave You with his job as Account Manager at Festicket. Favourite genres: Emotional progressive house, future bass and electro pop.

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