photo credit: John Liwag
 Today, Grammy-winning artist Flume confirms a Palaces livestream via Amazon/Twitch on September 30 as his fall U.S. tour nears its close.
“This album Palaces was my love letter to nature, recorded during the pandemic after retreating back to a simple life in Australia,” says Flume. “After a couple of years off the road, I was unsure how I’d feel about touring and performing again. In getting back out there this year, it was a pleasant surprise to remember there’s plenty of aspects I appreciate about it—creating a live show that speaks to the music and engages people in the moment. I’m looking forward to sharing that with this headline show livestream from a unique venue for fans who may not have been able to catch one of the shows now this U.S. tour is coming to a close.”
The livestream will also include the debut of an Amazon Original remix of “Sirens” by Tourist. Watch it here on September 30 at 8:30 p.m. ET/11:30 p.m. PT.
On Saturday night, Flume headlined the San Francisco debut of electronic specialist festival Portola. The Sunday night headliner was The Chemical Brothers, with the event also featuring performances by Jamie xx, Fred Again.., Kaytranada, James Blake, Peggy Gou, Four Tet, Shy Girl, Caribou and more.
Additionally, Flume adds to his incredibly selective production roster (Lorde, Vince Staples) with “Ripple,” a co-production with Chrome Sparks for rising Australian/First Nations artist Sycco—listen here.
Flume’s much-lauded new album Palaces, which debuted at #1 on Billboard’s Top Dance/Electronic Albums chart the week of its release in May, continues to receive critical acclaim…
Palaces picks up where his 2016 record Skin left off, finding the Los Angeles-via-Sydney superproducer turning stadium-sized EDM into something off-kilter and genuinely weird…it’s also got one of the year’s best feature slates.”—The FADER
“Australia’s leading electronic experimentalist and alt-pop crusader is back with another expressive, expansive and exotic collection of sounds…a singular sonic statement that blends aggressive synth edges with lovable hooks.”—Billboard
“Some of Flume’s most intricate and mindbendingly complex beats to-date…”—PAPER
“A clear totalization of Flume’s talent-yielding wheelhouse thus far…it’s highly unlikely that Streten’s influence will diminish anytime soon.”—DJ Mag
Flume has since shared two remix packages of Palaces tracks—listen to Part 1 here and Part 2 here.
Flume is in the midst of a world tour behind Palaces. The U.S. run is currently under way with three dates at Brooklyn Mirage this week—two of which are sold out—and a handful of further sold-out dates. He recently finished a run of shows across the U.K. and Europe with headline stops in London, Berlin and Paris and several festival appearances. Supporting acts across the tour include ProspaFloating PointsChannel Tres, TinasheMagdalena Bay and more. See full routing below and purchase tickets at flu.me.
Palaces began to take shape when Flume returned to his native Australia after struggling to write music in Los Angeles at the beginning of the pandemic. He found inspiration in the nature of a quiet coastal town and became fascinated by the local wildlife, in particular the birds, collecting field recordings that ended up on the album. With a title that properly highlights the magic of the natural world, Palaces is a true testament to nurturing the relationships that make us whole and bring us peace.
Flume (born Harley Streten) rose to prominence as a teenager with his self-titled 2012 debut album, which established him as an international sensation. His 2016 LP Skin achieved Platinum certification around the world and earned him his first Grammy Award for Best/Dance Electronic Album. He went on to sell over 300,000 tickets globally across a sold out, 59-date world tour that year, with headlining sets at Reading & Leeds Festivals and the famed Alexandra Palace. In 2019, Flume’s acclaimed Hi This Is Flume mixtape earned him his second Best Dance/Electronic Album Grammy nomination and he played lineup topping sets at festivals worldwide including Lollapalooza, Osheaga, Outside Lands, Japan’s Summersonic, Italy’s C2C and more.
September 28                                          Brooklyn Mirage                                         Brooklyn, NY
September 29                                          Brooklyn Mirage                                       Brooklyn, NY*
September 30                                          Brooklyn Mirage                                       Brooklyn, NY*
October 2                                                     Roadrunner                                                 Boston, MA
October 3                                                     Roadrunner                                                 Boston, MA
October 8                                                   ACL Festival                                                 Austin, TX
October 15                                                 ACL Festival                                                 Austin, TX
October 22                                                     III Points                                                     Miami, FL
November 11                                       Red Hill Auditorium                                           Perth, AUS
November 16                                               Riverstage                                             Brisbane, AUS
November 18                            The Dome at Sydney Showground                            Sydney, AUS
November 24                                           John Cain Arena                                     Melbourne, AUS
November 26                         Exhibition Park for Spilt Milk Festival                    Canberra, AUS*
November 30                               Adelaide Entertainment Centre                             Adelaide, AUS
December 2                                             Regatta Grounds                                           Hobart, AUS
December 3                              Victoria Park for Spilt Milk Festival                        Ballarat, AUS*
December 4                        Doug Jennings Park for Spilt Milk Festival              Gold Coast, AUS*
*sold out
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