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Flume Wants You to Help the Great Barrier Reef

Flume has collaborated with Greenpeace on a new track and video to encourage fans to take action by signing a petition to protect the Great Barrier Reef.

Australia’s Flume, aka Harley Edward Streten, may have a Grammy. But what he doesn’t have is patience for people that ignore the dangers of climate change and reef bleaching. The music producer recently teamed up with Greenpeace on a new song accompanied by underwater footage of a reef ecosystem.

According to Flume, “Enjoy these previously unreleased sounds in collaboration with Greenpeace Australia Pacific – this is important!”

Greenpeace notes, “This is Flume’s composition; our anthem for the Reef.”

The goal of the video is to spread awareness and stop expansion of the fuel industry off the coast of Australia. Fossil fuels and mining are the two biggest threats to the Great Barrier Reef because it’s raises the temperature of the water, causing the coral reef to boil alive or suffocate and die.

Take action by signing this petition and sharing it with friends and family on social media.

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Elizabeth de Moya has contributed to DJ Mag, DJ TechTools, LA Weekly and Thump (Vice). She has a BA in Linguistics from UC Berkeley.