Good guy Flume just dropped a new track for a Greenpeace video

Good guy Flume just dropped a new track for a Greenpeace video

The short yet sweet snippet of new music soundtracks a video about the Great Barrier Reef and coral bleaching.

Currently working on the follow-up to his commercially acclaimed record Skin, Australian electronic heavyweight Flume has been teasing snippets of new music all around the place. He's been dropping bits and pieces in his live show (which we're getting for Falls Festival, in case you forgot), as well as teasing some very cinematic-like tracks for his recent Road To series, a video recap of his travels across Asia curated by Ta-Ku and his Create & Explore project. Now he's back once again, penning a short, one-minute slice of new music which accompanies a Greenpeace video on the Great Barrier Reef and the coral bleaching currently occurring there due to the current shifts in climate. It's a more bass-heavy single akin to his work on his self-titled debut, with his trademark synth swirling underneath the quite harrowing imagery which was put together as a part of a fundraising campaign protect the reef. Sign the petition HERE, and check out the vid below:

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