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Australian EDM Star Flume Coming To U.S., Europe
Buzz-worthy Australian electronic music producer Flume is returning for another crack at the U.S., and he’s got Europe in his sights.
The 21-year-old artist (real name Harley Streten) has revealed a 15-date tour of North American clubs, theaters and festivals, starting Aug. 24 at the Mezzanine in San Francisco and wrapping Sept. 14 at the new Laneway Festival in Rochester Hills.
Earlier, he’ll trek Europe for a 15-date string of shows starting July 3 at London’s Heaven and concluding July 21 at Ireland’s Longitude Festival. His three-month-long tour will include a stop in his homeland, to play the Splendour in the Grass fest which runs July 26-28 in Byron Bay.
It’s already been a busy year of touring for Flume. He’s just come-off his first trek of the States and completed his “Infinity Prism” tour of Australia – where he played to 35,000 fans, his reps say.
Flume is considered one of the top producers of his generation in Australia. But he raced clear to the head of the pack with the November 2012 release of his debut self-titled album. “Flume” opened at No. 2, held-off the top spot by One Direction. Earlier this year, the set climbed to No. 1 on the ARIA albums chart and is now platinum certified Down Under. The LP spawned the gold-certified singles "Sleepless" and "On Top" (ft T-Shirt), and the double-platinum certied "Holdin On,” all of which cracked the Triple J radio network’s "Hottest 100" poll of 2012.
To accompany news of his upcoming touring itinerary, Flume has dropped the new video for "On Top (ft. T-Shirt)." Watch the clip here:
Flume’s touring itinerary:
July 3 – Heaven, London, U.K.
July 4 –Heaven, London, U.K.
July 5 - Pitch Festival, Holland
July 6 - Astropolis Festival, France
July 7 - Roskilde Festival, Denmark
July 9 - Calvi on the Rocks, France
July 11 - La Gaite Lyrique, Paris, France
July 12 - Wireless Festival, London, U.K.
July 13 - Optimus Alive Festival, Portugal
July 14 - Splash Music Festival, Berlin, Germany
July 17 - Montreux Jazz Festival, Switzerland
July 18 - Gorilla – Manchester, U.K.
July 19 - Latitude Festival, Suffolk, U.K.
July 20 - Dour Festival, Belgium
July 21 - Longitude Festival, Ireland
July 26-28 - Splendour in the Grass, Byron Bay
Aug. 24 - Mezzanine, San Francisco
Aug. 25 - FYF Festival, Los Angeles
Aug. 29 - Neumos, Seattle
Aug. 30 - Sugar Nightclub, Victoria
Aug. 31 - Vancouver, Vogue Theatre
Sept. 3 - First Avenue, Minneapolis
Sept. 4- Metro, Chicago
Sept. 5 - Opera House, Toronto
Sept. 6 - Music Fest North West, Portland
Sept. 7 - Fox Theatre, Boulder
Sept. 9 - Telus Theater, Montreal
Sept. 11 - Webster Hall, New York
Sept. 12 - Theatre of Living Arts, Philadelphia
Sept. 13 - Altar, Pittsburgh
Sept. 14 Laneway Festival, Rochester Hills