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Flume debuts ‘Hollow’ with Emma Louise ahead of ‘Palaces’

Flume has unveiled a new track from forthcoming album Palaces due on Friday, May 20. The new dance cut, “Hollow” features bright vocals from songstress Emma Louise. The song premiered on Apple’s New Music Daily with Zane Lowe with a companion music video that debuted on the same day. Direction for the lively visuals were actualized by the Australian Grammy-winning dance music artist’s longtime artistic collaborator, Aussie creative Jonathan Zawada.

Featuring elements of Australia’s native flora, fauna, and fantastical plays on light and color, the visuals tell an exciting narrative—one that adds to the intriguing story Flume has imagined on his upcoming LP. Previous singles released ahead of the album have featured production and vocals enlisted from some of the most esteemed acts in electronic dance music right now: MAY-A, Caroline Polachek, Danny Harle, Damon Albarn, Kučka, and Quiet Bison. The artist is currently making his way around the world, with the Flume World Tour kicking off in the U.S. shortly and UK and European rounds commencing this summer. To purchase tickets, visit here.

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