Flume is back. His newest work is why this always comes as good news to electronic music fans. Teaming up with Miike Snow's Andrew Wyatt, "Some Minds" has a video accompaniment that is mesmerizingly beautiful, much like the track itself. Portraying the Australian producer floating around the famous Sydney Opera House, Flume finds himself on the stage as he morphs and contorts to the track's glitch-y stunning breakdown. It provides one of the young artist's most impressive works, while staying true to his unmistakable signature sound. The video itself (directed by acclaimed director Clemens Habicht, who has directed for the likes of Tame Impala, Bloc Party and The Presets) is also one that contains deep personal meaning in regards to his native Sydney.

Flume talks about the video in a press release, stating, "The last four months has been the longest I've had at home in Sydney without being on the road touring and, while I love travelling, it's nice to come home to such a beautiful place like Sydney. It was humbling to be able to make something in a building so iconic. Being inside the Sydney Opera House filming overnight with no one in the building, it was quite eerie, the place has so much character. The director Clemens [Habicht] really nailed what I wanted to achieve in getting a balance between the real and synthetic, he has a great eye... Maybe it's a love letter to Sydney."

"Some Minds" will be released tomorrow via Mom & Pop in the U.S. and Future Classic in Australia.