Sydney wunderkind Flume (real name Harley Streten) has shared previously unreleased music in a new video created in partnership with environmental organisation Greenpeace.
Released as part of Greenpeace’s campaign to protect the Great Barrier Reef from the effects of climate change, the video (below) contains unreleased Flume music, and directs people to join Greenpeace’s petition to help save the reef.
“Enjoy these previously unreleased sounds in collaboration with Greenpeace Australia Pacific,” says Streten. “This is important!”
In a statement, Greenpeace says, “As summer approaches, Flume’s video reminds us what’s at stake and why it’s so important that we get as many people as possible to join the fight to stop the expansion of the fossil fuel industry.
“We are the last line of defence. And we can work together to stand up against big polluters and hold our governments to account.”
Aside from lending his musical chops to Greenpeace’s new video, Flume is also preparing to sell limited edition charity T-shirts at Falls Festival this summer, with proceeds going to Greenpeace.
Watch the ‘Flume X Greenpeace’ video, below.