Flume Releases Previously Unreleased Track ‘Greenpeace’ as a Free Download.
Do you remember ‘Greenpeace’? It was a track that Flume produced as part of a campaign with Greenpeace Australia Pacific back in 2017. Now, the artist has shared the full track as a free download! The downtempo song clocks in at eight-and-a-half minutes and features some haunting vocals. This is definitely worth checking out if you’re a fan of Flume’s music!
Flume – Greenpeace: A rare and long-awaited song available for free download.
Last Tuesday, the artist held an impromptu question and answer session (Q&A) on Discord where people asked him about his most recent album release Palaces and also its remixed version. Then when a fan asked about an old song of his called ‘Flume – Greenpeace’. In addition to answering various other questions during the ninety minute chat, he also provided a download link for the track.
A Greenpeace Australia Campaign.
The original track was produced in association with Greenpeace Australia Pacific as part of a campaign back in 2017. The only thing that was shared at the time were 90 seconds of audio, but now Flume has given listeners the full eight-and-a-half minutes.
This free release is a downtempo track that features some spine chilling vocals. If you’re a fan of Flume’s music, then this is definitely worth checking out!
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