Following an impressive string of shows at Electric Daisy Carnival, Electric Forest, and Future Classic’s own FCX, Flume has now dropped a stunning remix of Collarbones’ “Turning.” Debuted at Future Classic’s 10 year celebration, the track follows the release of “Some Minds,” Flume’s first original work in over two years, and it’s already claimed #5 on In The Mix’s list of the best tracks of 2015 so far.
Accompanied by Dalí inspired visuals of shapes, colors and patterns grooving to the beat, the detuned synths feel right at home amongst the surreal landscape. The track features staple Flume arrangements, intense percussion and belting vocals to complete the crackling atmosphere.
Now that that we’ve been offered a taste of Flume’s latest, all eyes are on a second album. Speaking of which, fans can rest easy knowing that his sophomore work is very much under way, as evidenced by this quote from an interview with Triple J:
“From a sonic standpoint the new stuff sounds so much bigger. Every sound has its place. I feel like the first record was really finding my feet, figuring out what music I wanted to make…now that I’ve done that I feel like I’ve got a much clearer idea of what I want to sound like and what I want to discover. It’s exciting.”
Take a listen to “Turning” above and let us know what you think in the comments section.
Source: In The Mix