To kick the weekend off with a bang, Flume and Eprom have once again joined forces to release a never-before-heard collaboration. Aptly named “Nor. 7”, the elusive track comes from a writing trip the iconic producers took to Norway many years ago. For reasons undisclosed, Flume and Eprom kept the whole collaboration under wraps for quite some time. Now, the enigmatic track can finally see the light of day through Good Music To Avert The Collapse of American Democracy, a fundraising compilation album available via Bandcamp.
The entire album is packed tight with a serious collection of several never-before-heard releases from various artists including Tycho, Grouplove, Hayley Williams, Sylvan Esso, and many more. All of the proceeds from Good Music To Avert The Collapse of American Democracy will directly benefit Fair Fight, a national voting rights organization that “promotes fair elections around the country, encourages voter participation in elections, and educates voters about elections and their voting rights.”
With the limited release of “Nor. 7”, Flume and Eprom aim to help spread voter awareness and participation in the upcoming 2020 election. Anyone interested in the track or album must act quick as it will only be available to the public for 24 hours via Bandcamp.
.@flumemusic and I are very stoked to be part of ‘Good Music To Avert The Collapse Of American Democracy’ – a fundraising compilation album that will be available for only 24 hours this Friday, September 4th on @Bandcamp. All net proceeds going to @fairfightaction. pic.twitter.com/pRE2Yjlp2K
— Eprom — BLM (@eprombeats) September 2, 2020
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