Flume, a heavyweight in the electronic music scene and a Grammy award winner has unveiled Arrived Anxious, Left Bored, a collection of ten previously unreleased tracks. The release is a testament to the diverse range of styles he has explored over the past ten years, featuring everything from underground house to atmospheric ambient tracks. Notably, the album includes Flume’s first attempt at using his own vocals on “All There 1.9 [2019 Export Wav].”
Flume released the first part of his old demos back in February with his Things Don’t Always Go The Way You Plan album. Today that continues with 10 brand new endeavours that showcase the evolution of his style through the years. The album allows fans to hear how his ideas have evolved over time and how his music has progressed since the early stages of his career.
The album offers a unique perspective into Flume’s creative process and showcases his talent as a producer, cementing his status as one of the most innovative and exciting figures in electronic music today.