Flume shares new track “Hollow” featuring Emma Louise

Grammy-winning artist Flume shares a new track, “Hollow,” featuring Australian singer Emma Louise, alongside a video—listen HERE.

The song premiered via Apple’s New Music Daily—listen to Flume’s interview with Zane Lowe HERE. The song is from Flume’s new LP, Palaces, out now.

The new song follows singles “Say Nothing” with MAY-A, “Sirens” with Caroline Polachek and co-written and co-produced with Danny L Harle, “Palaces” with Damon Albarn and “ESCAPE” with Kučka and Quiet Bison. Additionally, tickets are on sale for the Flume World Tour—see full routing below and purchase tickets at flu.me.

Palaces began to take shape when Flume returned to his native Australia after struggling to write music in Los Angeles at the beginning of the pandemic. He settled in a coastal town in the Northern Rivers region of New South Wales and soon found inspiration through reconnecting with the nature around him. He and his neighbour and longtime collaborator, the visual artist Jonathan Zawada, became fascinated by the local wildlife, collecting field recordings that ended up on the album. With a title that properly highlights the luxury and magic of the natural world, Palaces is Flume’s most confident, mature and uncompromising work to date.