Last week, Flume teamed up with BBC 1 Radio to premiere a brand new single off of AlunaGeorge‘s upcoming album. “I Remember” now rests as one of the Flume’s most minimal and melancholy productions in recent memory, and sets an impressive stage for the remaining work to come from AlunaGeorge in the following months.
Now, we’ve received an incredible follow up to the premiere in the form of a simplistic and meaningful music video. Filmed with one stationary camera set up in a bedroom, the video displays the days of a girl now separated from what appears to be a boyfriend. Throughout the length of the track, the girl meanders around her bedroom while voicing the lyrics, remembering and living without the presence of her former boyfriend.
Watch the mesmerizing display below.
But wait, there’s more! In a recent interview with Zane Lowe, Flume revealed further details about his own work and other possible collaborations.
In addition to wanting to become a ghost producer, Flume admitted that a collaborative EP with Disclosure is a likely move in the trio’s future.
“I want go further and start doing more collaborative stuff. I wanna ghost produce someone’s record maybe someone that doesn’t have a profile. I wanna bring them up and start a career.”
Listen to the full interview below.