Flume has teamed up with London Grammar to drop a fresh tune perfect for the summer months, “Let You Know”.


After taking an extended hiatus to reset his creative juices, Flume returned to the limelight this year with some new music in tow that we simply can’t get enough of. Releasing a mini-documentary that showed off his journey creating previous album Skin and stunning performance at Coachella, he also gave us a taste of what he had been working on in the shape of the Hi This Is Flume mixtape. Now, he’s delivered a new track, “Let You Know” just in time for the summer months.

While many have been soaking in the sounds from the mixtape still, Flume has given his fans another treat with this new tune that sees him team up with Hannah Reid of London Grammar. Hannah’s vocals paired with Flume’s stunning sound design creates the perfect blend of styles that any fan of his music will quickly find themselves falling in love with.

Related: Will you be catching Flume at Red Rocks this summer? Don’t sleep on this epic performance at the iconic venue!

Watch the lyric video on YouTube below, stream or purchase “Let You Know” on your favorite platform, and let us know what your thoughts are in the comments!

Stream Flume – Let You Know (feat. London Grammar) on YouTube:


“Hannah and I wrote Let You Know last summer. I was on a writing trip to London, was actually the same trip where I first met slowthai. Had been wanting to make something with Hannah for a long time and this one just came together really naturally in the studio that day!”

– Harley

Earlier this week, Flume also announced the dates for his forthcoming UK and Europe tour that will see him take the stage everywhere from Berlin and Paris to Antwerp and London. This will be a show that you won’t want to miss if you can catch it, so make sure to check out all the details over on his website!

Flume - Let You Know (feat. London Grammar)


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