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ILLENIUM & Jon Bellion Share Cinematic Music Video For “Good Things Fall Apart”

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After crossing 21 million cumulative streams in just a few weeks’ time and vaulting on to multiple charts, ILLENIUM shares the epic official music video for his new single “Good Things Fall Apart” with Jon Bellion.

The clip places the two artists on a galactic voyage beyond the outskirts of an imperiled planet. Donning regal navy blues and backed by a full band, they perform the song mid-flight in between action-packed vignettes of the ship’s crew attempting to regain order in the cockpit. Flashes of a bright light match the peaks of Bellion’s stunning delivery as ILLENIUM’s rich production reverberates. Everything culminates in an entrancing blast as a fiery phoenix fittingly rises into the fore during the final shot. Strikingly, this science fiction mini-epic also hints at more to come…


“Good Things Fall Apart” blasted off with stratospheric success upon arrival. During its first week at radio, it became “#1 Most Added at Alternative.” Additionally, it debuted at #13 on the Billboard Dance chart. To date, total streams have surpassed 21 million and counting. Attracting acclaim, Billboard dubbed it, “a happy slice of emo-inspired with a side of radio pop.”

“Good Things Fall Apart” also paves the way for more new music very soon. Now, it’s on the fast track to becoming the crossover smash of the summer!

The song comes hot on the heels of two explosive anthems from ILLENIUM. To date, his single “Crashing” featuring Bahari has amassed nearly 40 million total streams. Meanwhile, the follow-up “Pray” featuring Kameron Alexander soundtracked a new HBO documentary. Plus, the recent “Pray” remix packaged engendered enthusiastic critical acclaim.

Also, be sure to catch ILLENIUM on tour. He recently performed a DJ set at Electric Daisy Carnival Las Vegas. Next up, he’s set to touch down Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival, continue his Las Vegas residency at Hakkasan, and headline both Madison Square Garden (September 21) and Red Rocks Amphitheater (October 10, 11, 12) in the fall. Dates are selling out rapidly. Remaining tickets are available here

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