Even though Flume has previously teased unreleased music during his Japan show video, Flume has once again taken to social media to share with his fans some unreleased music.

This time around, Flume has used one of his unreleased songs for the cause of promoting Greenpeace. “Enjoy these previously unreleased sounds in collaboration with Greenpeace Australia Pacific – this is important,” writes Harley aka Flume.

“The Reef is an Australian icon, and its health plays a vital economic role underpinning North Queensland’s tourism industry. But climate change fueled by coal and other fossil fuel emissions poses a critical risk to the Reef,” Greenpeace Australia Pacific Campaigner Charlotte Cox said. “Coal-addicted governments are being reckless with a natural wonder that so much unique marine life calls home. Malcolm Turnbull should be protecting the Reef by banning fossil fuel subsidies, announcing a rapid phase out of coal and putting renewables at the centre of his government’s energy policy.”

“Working with artists such as Flume is just one of the ways that we can highlight the precarious future facing our Great Barrier Reef.”

Stay tuned for the official release of Flume's new singles which have still do not have an official release date.

Produced by Greenpeace Australia Pacific.
Created by Daniel Daperis at LateNite Films.
Footage from Greenpeace, Dean Miller and David Hannan.