Flume Gives a Free Download to a Wanted ID After 5 Years
Last night, US time, nozzle hosted an Ask Me Anything in his Discord, Hi This Is Flume. In addition to the myriad questions he answered for about an hour and a half (in voice chat, it seems, so we don’t have the written answers here), fans were also surprised when they asked about the status of one of his old handles, “Greenpeace,” and he responded by casually providing a download link to the song.
The ID was originally written as part of a campaign with Greenpeace Australia Pacific in 2017, which only featured around 90 seconds of audio. Turns out the entire project is eight and a half minutes long.
“I can’t believe this is how we get Greenpeace,” KillerCh33z wrote.
“Absolutely unreal. I’ve been looking forward to the release of this song for YEARS, and here we are just in time to see it at Red Rocks. What a dream,” petriscorncob wrote.
/u/Professional_Art8661 uploaded the song to YouTube (below). Since the song was never officially released, it’s unclear if it will eventually receive a label takedown so you can download it here. However, it is also unclear whether the download link will remain active forever, so act quickly.
Flume also shared a second handle in Discord, “GET U STEP”, which you can download and listen to here.