Youthful and energetic crew Illusion Hills are a throwback to the simplicity and fun of groups making music. No frills, no pretention, just a group of friends having fun and making the music that they want to make. New release "chasm," is an alternative, hyperpop-influenced Summer song that partners with the rising production of aldrch to create a coming-of-age track that you can belt out at the top of your lungs.
An eight-member collective consisting of four vocalists (warp mj, jayastro, Kyle, SAI 2001), an editor (Pada), director (Brandon), photographer (Alyssa), and graphic designer (Salad), Illusion Hills is a one-stop shop for all their creative needs. "chasm," focuses on the effect of change on one's life and how to recover from feeling trapped at some point in life. Based in the same measured grittiness as Jean Dawson and brakence, the group exudes an unavoidable energy on the track that feels infectious and welcoming to new and old fans alike.
Sometimes in all the vanity of the music industry it's easy to get lost in style over substance. The simple panache of Illusion Hills lies in their intense commitment to building and connecting with their fans and having a great time while doing so. Whether making bangers to rage to, or exploring the complex emotions of growing up and adjusting to change, Illusion Hills keeps the same mature energies that set them apart from many other young musical collectives.