We've seen the remarkable rise of Colorado producer Illenium first-hand over the last year via a collection of charting remixes, the featured original "Afterlife" amongst many from his recent debut album Ashes. Never one to stay off the radar, Illenium jumps right back into our mentions with the premiere of a new remix that will have you feeling the vibes from start to finish.
Drawing inspiration from internationally known duo The Chainsmokers' most recent original "Don't Let Me Down," the producer takes the melodic cord progression and dreamy landscape into his grasps and redirects the composition with a cluster of euphoric bass bursts and added synth arrangements that are easy on the audible senses. Wrapping the newly formed structure with Daya's original vocals makes for new amounts of playability for a song that could soon become a a future summer hit.
Listen to the uplifting remix below and grab a free download thanks to the artists. Enjoy
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