Flume admitted to The Chicago Tribune that he didn't feel he'd dressed right for the occasion.
"One day I got a call from my manager and he was like, 'Hey, do you want to go to Beck's house today?' I caught an Uber to his house and I knocked on the door, and there he is, it's Beck, welcoming me into his house," he recalled. "It was kind of surreal, to be honest. I was wearing pink board shorts and a backpack and a cap, and I realized I looked like some kind of kid, just walking into this legend's house, but he was really down to earth."