The Australian electronic artist announces 'Skin.'

By Jessica Goodman
Updated January 04, 2016 at 11:11 PM EST
Credit: Matthew Simmons/WireImage

Aussie electronic act Flume (a.ka. Harley Streten) teased his second full-length album, due out this year, on Monday and released new music available to stream and download.

Called Skin, the collection is a follow-up to Flume’s well-received 2012 debut album Flume. That collection peaked at No. 14 on Billboard’s 200 chart and featured single “Holdin’ On.” (He also drew fans with his remix of Lorde’s “Tennis Courts,” which has garnered over 31 million streams on SoundCloud to date.) A deluxe version of the album debuted in 2013.

Since then Streten put out Lockjaw, another EP as Flume, and released music as What So Not, his other project with DJ/ producer Emoh.

Skin doesn’t have a release date just yet but fans can hear the first taste of new music right now.