To the rejoicing of Flume fans across the globe, he has revealed that new music lies in store in 2019. The announcement follows the Australian producer's year-and-a-half release hiatus which left fans craving his one-of-a-kind style throughout 2018.
"Cheers 2018," reads final Instagram post made by Flume (real name Harley Edward Streten) last year. "Next year I’ll be back in your life, I promise."
Streten's intoxicating and R&B-infused brand of electronic music arguably spurred the birth of the future bass genre more than any other influence. Extended breaks are par for the course for him, however. After first releasing music in 2011 and delivering his self-titled debut album the following year, he waited until 2015 to follow up with new music.
The last Flume release was the LP Skin, which arrived by way of his Future Classic imprint in May of 2017. He has yet to announce any titles or release dates for upcoming singles at the time of writing.
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