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Flight Facilities

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Forget the secret identities and fabricated back stories, Flight Facilities are an Australian based production duo who combine the blissed out pop production of Quincy Jones, the dancefloor hedonism of Daft Punk and the intoxicating head rush of the best night of your life. After first emerging last year with sultry Summer reworkings of Bag Raiders’ “Turbo Love”, The Lowbrows’ “Dream In The Desert”, Toecutter’s “Best Party Ever”, The C90s “Shine a Light” and the duo truly came into their own when, at the behest of dance imprint Bang Gang 12s, they produced an original of their own.

At once a rapturous Summer anthem, late night soundtrack to the unravelling of your frontal lobe and subdued slow burner suited to doing nothing at all, the resulting track would be dubbed “Crave You”, the Aeroplane-approved breakout single. But this isn’t just your typical club banger, it’s far more languid than that, more refined. Think radiant dance pop infused with luscious keys, dusty beat work and the coquettish purr of Melbourne songwriter Giselle Rosselli - all channelled through the slinky nonchalance of a sleepy-eyed lounge crooner.
Aside from fast becoming a club and festival circuit mainstay, “Crave You” would go on to draw significant radio airplay, remixes from the likes of Cassian, Graz and The C90s, a cover by Ted & Francis and even the praise of celebrity blogger Perez Hilton.
Now, thanks to Rhett Wade Ferrell of Melbourne’s Moopjaw collective (the production house responsible for recent music videos by Peaches, Neon Indian and The Golden Filter) one of the most infectious jams of 2010 now has a visual accompaniment.

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