Flume has shared his latest song and video for “Say Nothing” with MAY-A, which is also the lead single from the musician’s forthcoming album Palaces.
In the visual, we see MAY-A buried in black sand, interspersed with shots of a motorcyclist dressed in psychedelic gear.
“This song is about feelings of post relationship clarity,” Flume said in a statement. “We wrote the song midway through 2020 while the pandemic was still pretty new. I was really excited about the initial idea but it was only once I got back to Australia in early 2021 and linked up in the studio with MAY-A that the song really came to life.”
“Working with Flume on ‘Say Nothing’ has been a really incredible experience,” MAY-A added. “I’m such a big fan of Harley’s so it’s unbelievable to be in a position to create music with someone I look up to and can learn so much from. His creative process is a really inspiring thing to be a part of. I’m so excited for everyone to hear the song!”
Palaces is slated for a May 20 release via Future Classic and Transgressive. Flume is also set to play a number of festivals in 2022, including Coachella, Bonnaroo, and Governors Ball.
Watch the video for “Say Nothing” up top and stream the song below.