Flume releases a beautiful melody ahead of his LP announcement. Most likely to be part of his forthcoming album, Never Be Like You is a beautiful harmonic track with Kai working vocals. See Harley thought he was sneaky and added the intro to this track into the outro of his Skin LP Preview Mix, but a good fan can identify a track with just a note! The cover art for this song also follows the flower theme with Skin LP preview so there is a good indication that you got your ears on the first single of his third studio album.
The Australian future classic hit maker Harley Streten, also known as Flume is back again! Last time he came around he gave us the original future classic track with Andrew Wyatt, Some Minds accompanied by a beautiful music video of the Sydney Opera House and Harley turning into a noodle. Following that beat is the energetic and breath taking make over of Collarbones track, Turning. Fans were lucky enough to have a live experience recorded, at the very venue same venu as in Some Minds music video, to watch over and over.
As Harley was seemingly occupied instagraming his latest crave for adventure through some random city he gigs in. Or touring around the world. Or both at once, enjoying a nice walk through Electric Forest Playground, tweeting his enjoyment, before and after his set time. Flume was at work in the studio. Of course, he has to have new material to tease the crowd with am I right, Harley? I heard some new new on that stage in Rothbury, Michigan, quit holding out on us!
But nonetheless the day has arrived, Flume has emerged from the studio smoke behind him with release of a mini-mix. Not just any mini-mix; A preview of his third studio album. Ladies and gentlemen, Skin LP. Get excited, this got new sounds, new vibes and a beautiful sprouting snapdragon These 4:36 seconds pack a punch. The new album is only nearly complete and the excitement is high. Let the music speak for itself!
Flume is back.
Well technically he has always been here, busy throwin around a bunch of flawless remixes of his favorite artists songs. Like his most recent remix of Sam Smiths song Lay Me Down which was absolutely beautiful. But he is back nonetheless and this time with an original release, a collaboration Andrew Wyatt. This track redefines Flumes music, himself saying this piece with Andrew was “the most natural collabs he’s worked on” and that he opened up to a new way of working.
This track has been giving mixed emotions to fans of Flume music, its intro so serene with a simple drum beat and harmonious synths. Andrew singing gracefully into a long buildup that leads to pure ecstasy and a mind boggling drop! That turns your body into noodles apparently. A definite teaser for whats to come for his future work. Along with the release is a mind blowing music video. Setting takes place inside Syndeys Opera House while it was empty, an excellent opportunity, where you can see the beautiful architectural design of the theater. Such flawless in design Harley did not want to disturb it as he floats across its floors, embracing the palace of music. Then you suddenly realize that the artist himself is a liquid being of inter-dimensional space as he contorts his body in dance along with his music. Amazing video production by Clemens Habicht to say the least. So without further ado, Check out the official video for Some Minds with Andrew Wyatt below.
It’s been a few months since Harley Streten aka Flume posted some sounds on soundcloud but he has some good reasons that will surely excite you. Since releasing his smooth remake of Arcade Fire’s Afterlife and his breathtaking remix of Lordes Tennis Court, Flume has been working hard in the studio on his new music. If you also follow him on instagram and facebook you will see he has also been exploring quite nicely. Vacations deservedly awarded while he also gets ready for a tour and books festivals around the globe.
From Bonnaroo to Electric Forest, Australia to Japan fans around the world will get to hear many of the new tunes he has been working on in the studio. Just a few days ago, he gave us what we were waiting for; a good idea of whats to come. The remix master creates a master piece of yet another award winners artists song: Lay Me Down by Sam Smith. Sam Smiths voice works so perfectly with artists of the likes of Flume, whenever infused with future classic vibes you get beautiful songs like this that add a great feeling of ecstasy through sound. We simply cannot wait for his future releases and you know you can’t too, so head to his website here and find a tour date near you, or even a festival. Flume is the name to look for!
What So Not yet again produces a heavenly piece of trap. Although Flume parted ways with Emoh Instead this track has been produced by both artists and features George Maple as well. Gemini is the first release and a teaser to What So Not’s upcoming EP Gemini. As What So Not travels North America on his Gemini tour, thousands of fans will be able to hear to rest of the unreleased ep and marvel at its glory!
“I promised I’d do a remix for Ella. Couldn’t be happier with it :)” Harley Edward Streten posts on his twitter and we couldn’t be happier with it as well! Better known for DJ/producer name Flume, this track was unleashed unto the crowd at Coachella in a blaze of glory. The Australian producer who obviously has a good ear when it comes to making bangin beats and euphoric instrumentals picks the perfect candidate to remix. Lorde‘s track Tennis Court takes on a new vibe when Flume adds his signature touch to it that will send shivers down your spine.
Take a listen to the track on soundcloud or check out the video below