The Roundhouse in London welcomes Australian producer Flume on the 16th March in his first UK appearance since supporting Disclosure in late 2013. With tickets selling out in a matter of minutes, the night promises to be an unforgettable experience inside one of London’s most beautiful and iconic venues, incorporating classics from his self-titled debut release as well as some new material from his upcoming sophomore album, Skin, which many are eagerly anticipating.
Support comes in the form of electronic duo Kenton Slash Demon, originally from Copenhagen, who offer ‘distinctive organic and futuristic sounds’ and represent a stark contrast to Flume’s synonymous trap and bass.
In the two previous times I have seen Flume live, namely Reading Festival in 2013 and NOS Alive in 2015, he did not disappoint, but I am fully expecting his Roundhouse appearance to comfortably eclipse them both, attracting a far more loyal fan base and generating an incredible atmosphere.
The Australian artist completes his European trio of appearances with dates in Paris and Brussels. This Summer Flume is also performing at Coachella in April, as well as Wild Life and Park Life festivals in June, in Brighton and Manchester respectively.
Flume’s show at London’s Roundhouse on the 16th March is unfortunately sold out.