Flume’s ‘Weekend‘ featuring Moses Sumney is so calming and relaxing
Australian producer and DJ Flume‘s song ‘Weekend‘ was featured on the latest episode of ‘How To Get Away with Murder‘ — Season 4, Episode 10, “Everything We Did Was For Nothing“.
It was heard during the montage when Isaac is talking to Laurel and she tells him how guilty she feels about the baby almost dying and her father’s involvement, Connor complains to Asher and Oliver about the justice system’s bias and Isaac tells Annalise and Frank that he has managed to get the hospital administrator to release Laurel.
‘Weekend‘ features American singer songwriter Moses Sumney and is from Flume’s 2017 extended play Skin Companion EP 2, which is actually a companion to his previously released second studio album Skin. The song has a lovely calming feel to it. Perfect to listen to last thing at night with a glass of wine in hand sitting in front of a roaring fire.
Flume himself has been working with Greenpeace Australia in the last few months, and recently released a gorgeous piece called ‘Anthem For The Reef‘ to promote awareness of the destruction of Australia’s Great Barrier Reef due to climate change. It’s well worth a listen.
As for Flume’s ‘Weekend‘ featuring Moses Sumney, you can listen to that in the video below. And, of course, just relax.
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