Flume reveals why the pandemic has been good for him

Flume has spoken openly about how his hiatus from touring during the Covid pandemic has allowed him to enjoy a well-deserved break.

The Sydney-born hitmaker, 31, said ahead of Covid he felt burned out from his years on the road and wanted to take some time off to catch up with friends and family.

“The biggest thing for me was that this speeding train would stop and live like a normal person for two years. I was so happy to do that,” he told The Daily Telegraph.

Superstar DJ Flume (pictured) has spoken candidly about how his hiatus from touring during the Covid pandemic has allowed him to take a well-deserved break

Superstar DJ Flume (pictured) has spoken candidly about how his hiatus from touring during the Covid pandemic has allowed him to take a well-deserved break

Superstar DJ Flume (pictured) has spoken candidly about how his hiatus from touring during the Covid pandemic has allowed him to take a well-deserved break

He added that the two years he’s lived a quiet life during lockdown helped him strategize to balance his work and personal life.

“Going back on tour from a simple life to a chaotic lifestyle was a shock. But I am now armed with the knowledge of how to balance my work and personal life.”

Flume then made the stunning admission that he had deliberately signed Covid while in lockdown so he wouldn’t have to worry about catching him on tour.

Ahead of Covid, the Sydney-born hitmaker said he felt burned out from his years on the road and wanted to take some time off to meet up with friends and family

Ahead of Covid, the Sydney-born hitmaker said he felt burned out from his years on the road and wanted to take some time off to meet up with friends and family

Ahead of Covid, the Sydney-born hitmaker said he felt burned out from his years on the road and wanted to take some time off to meet up with friends and family

“All my friends had it. I was the only one who didn’t have that, so I kissed my boyfriend who tested positive,” he said.

Earlier this year, Flume made a number of startling admissions in an interview with The Age — including claiming he never felt like a performer.

“I’m scared of public speaking, so I never know what to say to an audience,” he said.

Flume said the two years he's lived a quiet life during lockdown have helped him strategize to juggle his personal life and career

Flume said the two years he's lived a quiet life during lockdown have helped him strategize to juggle his personal life and career

Flume said the two years he’s lived a quiet life during lockdown have helped him strategize to juggle his personal life and career

To cope, he drank “three or four glasses of champagne” before taking the stage, followed by a few more as he performed.

After one show, he would open a bottle to celebrate and continued that process for months at up to six shows a week.

“And before I knew it, I was realizing, ‘Oh damn, I’m an alcoholic,'” he told the paper.

Earlier this year, Flume made a number of startling admissions in an interview with The Age — including claiming he never felt like a performer

Earlier this year, Flume made a number of startling admissions in an interview with The Age — including claiming he never felt like a performer

Earlier this year, Flume made a number of startling admissions in an interview with The Age — including claiming he never felt like a performer

Source: | Dailymail.co.uk

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