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  • Vasili Papathanasopoulos


The producer will tour Australia later this year

Image: Zac Bayly.

Grammy-winning artist Flume is back with his highly-anticipated third studio album, Palaces. The producer has also announced the Australian leg of his Palaces World Tour, set to take place later this year.

Flume began working Palaces upon his return to Australia due to the COVID-19 pandemic, where he relocated to a coastal town in New South Wales which provided the space to reconnect with his surrounding nature. His new setting and connection with the natural world is embedded within the body of work, is set to "highlight the luxury and magic of the natural world". The producer has also enlisted a bevy of global talent on the album, teaming up with MAY-A, British musician Damon Albarn, breakout U.S. artist Caroline Polachek, Spain’s Virgen Maria, France’s Oklou and fellow Australian Kučka.

Kicking off in Perth on November 11, the run of shows will continue on to Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide and Hobart, with the producer also scheduled to appear AT Spilt Milk in Canberra, Ballarat and the Gold Coast. Tickets are on sale now! To commemorate the albums release, Flume has dropped a fresh new line of merchandise, with Palaces available on a variety of formats including vinyl, a limited-edition deluxe CD and cassette, available here.

Palaces is out now!


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