Flume releases more demo cuts from his old laptops on 10-track ‘Arrived Anxious, Left Bored’
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Summer hasn’t even arrived in the northern hemisphere and Flume has already bestowed us with two full-length albums. A little under three months after the release of Things Don’t Always Go the Way You Plan, Flume has surprised his global fanbase yet again with another album chalked full of demo cuts. Titled Arrived Anxious, Left Bored, this 37-minute cut includes tracks produced from 2015 to 2021 and features collaborations with Emile Haynie and Jim-E Stack.
In a post on his Facebook, Flume shared that these “ten tracks never found a home, but I felt they deserved a place in the world. I hope they make you feel something.”
The ten-track release spans Harley Streten’s full range of sound from the more melodic, cerebral era of Flume and Skin on “n1cevib3 1.3” to his newer-sounding experimental tracks nodding to his most recent era on Palaces. The best part is that each track is dated by the year so that fans can match these newest sounds to his past discography.
Although a second release of “forgotten tracks” from the laptops was announced in April, Flume began coyly teasing this current release four days ago via his Twitter and announced the mixtape officially Tuesday.
Stream Flume’s second mixtape of the year, Arrived Anxious, Left Bored, below.
Flume – Arrived Anxious, Left Bored
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