“Harley Streten, known to the world as Flume, sits down with Zane Lowe to discuss his third studio album, ‘Palaces.’ The album is deeply emotional, and Flume explains that one of his goals as an artist is creating dance music that is just as evocative as other genres. When Flume moved back home to Byron Bay, he rediscovered music in ways he never predicted. The album is aptly named ‘Palaces’ in reference to the home he built in Australia, where music comes easily. Flume recognizes and is inspired by the hard work of collaborators like Damon Albarn, Caroline Polachek, and more.”



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