As fans patiently await the arrival of Flume's much-anticipated sophomore album, Skin, AlunaGeorge are filling the void with some new tracks of their own. Most recently, the UK electronic duo debuted a new collaboration with the Australian producer/DJ titled "I Remember" during their set at Ultra Music Festival.
The dreamily ambient future bass track features the best of all collaborators, namely Harley Streten's wavy production style, the UK duo's breezy hip-pop stylings and Aluna Francis' ever-ethereal vocals. Listen to the new track, and the duo's full Ultra set, here.
Marking Flume's latest cut, "I Remember" is actually the title track off AlunaGeorge's own sophomore album which is due out via Interscope later this spring. I Remember will also feature production from Zhu.
Following the release of "I'm In Control," the lead single off their forthcoming album featuring vocals from dancehall artist Popcaan, Francis discussed collaborating with Streten on Triple J's Breakfast Broadcast with Matt and Alex. In her words: "This is really nice because we have been bumping into each other at music festivals over the last few years."
The singer-songwriter adds: "It was good to get together finally and do something fun in the studio. You don't often get in the same place at the same time... so it was great." Revisit the full chat, including Francis' plans to host a Blade Runner theme party and her plans to attend Sundance Film Festival back in January, below.
The new collaboration has been floating around the Internet for at least a few months now. Flume himself dropped the track during his set at Laneway Festival back in January, Your EDM reports.
Skin does not yet have a release date, This Song Is Sick reports. However, that hasn't stopped the Aussie from sharing a few singles off the forthcoming full-length, including "Never Be Like You" and "Smoke & Retribution." Additionally, he recently shared a cover of Alessia Cara's "Here."
All collaborators featured on "I Remember" have a ton of tour dates coming up. Stay tuned for updates on their forthcoming albums.