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September 2019

Flume has teamed up with London Grammar for his new single, 'Let You Know'

The track arrives ahead of his October tour dates. 
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Published: 2:43 pm, June 13, 2019
Flume has teamed up with London Grammar for his new single, 'Let You Know'

Flume has teamed up with London Grammar for his new single, 'Let You Know’.

Our now via Future Classic / Transgressive Records (UK), the song also serves as the first piece of new music from London Grammar since 2017.

"Hannah and I wrote 'Let You Know' last summer,” says Flume. “I was on a writing trip to London, was actually the same trip where I first met slowthai. Had been wanting to make something with Hannah for a long time and this one just came together really naturally in the studio that day."

Flume’s also hitting the road later this year, catch him live:

28 Warsaw, Poland Torwar
29 Berlin, Germany UFO im Velodrom

1 Turin, Italy C2C Festival
2 Frankfurt, Germany Jahrhunderthalle
3 Paris, France Zénith
4 Toulouse, France Zénith
6 Amsterdam, Netherlands AFAS Live
7 Antwerp, Belgium Lotto Arena
10 Esch-sur-Alzette, Luxembourg Rockhal
12 London, United Kingdom O2 Academy Brixton (Transgressive 15th Anniversary Show)
13 Manchester, United Kingdom

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