Australian musician DJ Flume is heartbroken to see his hometown being ravaged by one of the worst wildfires.


“There’s a lot of wildlife in Australia that holds like a gun. It sucks to see some of my favorite places getting burned in fire. It sucks. Global warming is impacting Australia. A lot of places have been in a drought for a long time. So it’s very dry and it’s like a bomber. I hope situation becomes better and we all do something to save our country,” Flume told IANS on the sidelines of his performance during Sunburn 2019 here.

DJ Flume: Sad to see Australia burning
DJ Flume Donates $ 100,000 To Aid Injured Wildlife In Australia’s Wildfire!


Flume also took to his Instagram account to urge people to contribute their bit to improve the climatic conditions. He has donated $100,000 to WIRES Wildfire Rescue to help surviving wildlife and those injured.

“So so sad… It’s breaking my heart. My home is on fire. I’m donating $100,000 to @wireswildliferescue to help injured, displaced wildlife,” Flume wrote.

The Grammy Award winner is also known for creating environmental awareness through his tracks. In 2017, Flume along with Greenpeace (Non-governmental organization) had dropped a track in an effort to raise awareness about the extremely deteriorating condition of the Great Barrier Reef.

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