Flume Shares Unreleased Music in Greenpeace Reef Campaign: Watch

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Flume performs during the 2016 SnowGlobe Music Festival on Dec. 29, 2016 in South Lake Tahoe, Calif.  

Flume is one of Australia's biggest stars, but no one is bigger than the Great Barrier Reef. It's a natural wonder of the world, and sadly, it's dying. 

Rising water temperatures are bleaching the reef, and that's important not only because it loses those lovely colors, but because that means millions of sea creatures who rely on the reef for shelter and food are losing their habitat and ecosystem.

Flume teamed with Greenpeace on this video that shows just how majestic the Reef is to behold, and how dire the consequences of climate change already are. He soundtracked the clip with unreleased material that matches the Reef in beauty and vibrancy. Hear the new music and be astounded by the natural beauty below, and visit Greenpeace online to learn how you can help stop climate change and protect what remains of the Reef.