Flume returns with new music.

Australian electronic producer Harley Streten, aka Flume, has shared a tasty brand new track, titled “Some Minds”. Featuring the vocals of Miike Snow’s Andrew Wyatt, Flume premiered the track on triple J and if you’re expecting a banger, you’re not going to get it.

SOURCE: https://instagram.com/flumemusic/
SOURCE: https://instagram.com/flumemusic/

What you will get however is a really soulful track, probably the most soulful Flume has released. A statement accompanying “Some Minds” reads:


This is the first original song I’ve released in a while – working with Andrew Wyatt was one of the most natural collabs I’ve worked on – he is a seasoned pro and really opened me up to this new way of working.

This video was put together by director Clemens Habicht, being inside the Sydney Opera House filming overnight with no one in the building was a real privilege – it has such a presence, so much character. Clem really nailed the balance I wanted between the real and synthetic and he has a great eye. it’s our love letter to Sydney.


Since releasing his self-titled debut studio album in 2012, Flume has released “Lockjaw” a collaborative EP with Chet Faker, as well as a string of remixes, including his most recent being the remix of Sam Smith‘s love ballad “Lay Me Down“.

Flume also recently announced his departure from What So Not, his collaborative project with fellow Sydney producer Emoh Instead. The duo released the track “Gemini” as the first taste of their final collaborative EP, slated to be released soon.

Check out the new tune and its new music video below:

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via Crave Online

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