Flume and Reo Cragun released yesterday – July 31st – their collaborative EP, called “Quits”. The EP includes 3 songs: “Quits”, “Levitate” and “Friends”, the last one had already been released in March.
Harley Edward Streten – Flume’s real name – is an Australian DJ and Producer and this year, after a long hiatus, has already released a mixtape “Hi This Is Flume”, which counts with 17 tracks, as well as a song with London Grammar, called “Let You Know” and the already mentioned track “Friends” with Reo Cragun.
Reo Cragun is an American hip-hop artist, born and raised in Vancouver, Washington, whose better known songs are “On My Way”, “Night Crawler”, his first single “Inconsiderate” or “In Too Deep”.
These artists already mentioned that they have become friends outside the studio and, as Flume said on Apple Music Beats 1, “This EP is us as a friendship, hanging out, making tracks, having too many good songs and we’re like, ‘We need to get these out into the world’. So we were like, ‘Let’s just do an EP’. So we put them all together and there you have it. The Quits EP.”
The brand new EP “Quits” features 3 songs where Flume’s characteristic sounds and Reo Cragun’s voice fit and blend perfectly.
For the next times, Flume will be performing all over the world – through the US, such as Chicago, at Lollapalooza, various countries in Asia, in Australia, New Zealand or across Europe. Reo Cragun will perform with Flume in some of shows, according to the artists on an interview on Apple Music’s Beats 1, where Flume said: “We’ve been rehearsing. We just got out of rehearsals, actually. But yeah, Reo’s is going to be on pretty much all the dates and – It’s going to be fun.”
Full Apple Music’s Beats 1 with Flume and Reo Cragun here.