Behind Flume’s New Single ‘Let You Know’

Flume (aka. Harley Streten) joins forces with London Grammar’s, Hannah Reid on his latest track ‘Let You Know’ curing the ‘Flume drought’ we’ve all been awaiting since ‘Hi This Is Flume’.

Earlier this year, Streten released his 17-track aesthetically tasteful mixtape, ‘Hi This Is Flume’, which opened new doors to the album creation process.

This record definitely held a more individualistic, experimental flavour tuning into Streten’s own creative essence.

The commercialised flavour of ‘Skin’ (2016) put him back into the spotlight and propelled him forward across Aussie waters into the global sphere. Streten’s forward-thinking of how pop music is defined forced many in the genre to re-think the way electronica and pop harmonise.

Streten’s ability to mix notes of hip hop, pop and quirky alternative electronica through bringing on collaborators like slowthai, JPEGMafia, Kai and Tove Lo allows him to continuously experiment which keeps him so captivating to the ear.

Now he is back with another single, ‘Let You Know’ with the rather angelic, indie-fuelled vocals of Hannah Reid from London Grammar.

A monumental track adding to Streten’s imprint on 2019, Reid’s vocals supplement the raw quintessential Flume sound projected throughout.

As Streten described to Music Feeds the pair have been trying to work together for years trying to match their hectic schedules.

“Hannah and I wrote Let You Know last summer.

“I have wanted to make something with Hannah for a long time and this one just came together really naturally in the studio that day,” Streten said.

The rest of the year for Streten looks to be like a big one, as he jets off for a few months of global touring then towards the end of the year Streten is set to perform a banger of a show at Listen Out 2019.

Go snag yourself a Listen Out ticket right here.


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