Flume teases new music with Ta-ku in Road to Osaka short film
Since the release of his Grammy-award winning sophomore album, Skin, in early 2016, Flume has yet to touch the ground. Left with little time to revel in his other-worldly success, the artist took his beloved LP across the world with a series of ambitious live shows and festival appearances.
Finally, the mastermind has had some time to create new bits and pieces.
Presently, Flume is gearing up for a performance in Osaka, Japan and other locations throughout Asia. Leading up to the event, he’s released an artistically-driven video shot in Japan and even included some new music in it too. Much like the montage, the track is especially cinematic. The driving nature of the teaser also includes the work of fellow producer Ta-Ku, who’s yet to have worked collaboratively with the artist, despite his stellar remixes of tracks like “Left Alone” and “Higher.”
Right now, it remains unknown whether fans will see an official collaboration from the two in its entirety. But, there’s no denying that new music teasers — each city will receive its own video, presumably with new music clips for each — are especially exciting, nonetheless.
Over the next few weeks I’m going to be sharing videos about all the cities I’ll be visiting in Asia. This is my first time traveling to Osaka. Excited to explore! We teamed up with @takubeats & @CreateExplore to make these videos (featuring some unreleased sounds by me) ahead of each visit. See you soon at Zepp Namba Video by @lanfilms_ [Full video link in bio]