Flight Facilities announce new single ‘Clair De Lune’ + tour dates

Flight Facilities

Australian duo Flight Facilities release their atmospheric, brand new track Clair De Lune on 3rd December via Glassnote Records.

Watch the teaser video for Clair De Lune featuring Christine Hoberg via YouTube below. 

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Taking inspiration from French composer Claude Debussy; Clair De Lune literally means ‘moonlight’, and the track creates the perfect nocturnal atmospheric soundscape. Complemented by the beautiful vocals of New York-based singer Christine Hoberg, the track comes with a stunning video directed by Dave Ma (Foals, The Horrors, Delphic). Shot in the San Fernando Valley, the video takes the song into an ambient space with a dark and brooding narrative that goes from suggestive innocence to shocking reality.

Hailing from the sunny shores of Sydney, Australia, Flight Facilities have managed to retain a substantial depth of mystery around their identities whilst racking up a dedicated worldwide fan base and internet storm from previous releases and remixes for Holy Ghost!, Cut Copy, Miike Snow, The C90’s, Bag Raiders, The Lowbrows, Sneaky Soundsystem and Toecutter.

Flight Facilities have recently kicked off a worldwide “Frequently Flying Tour”, which  includes the exclusive gig at Birthdays, London on November 8th with guest vocalists Jess Higgs and Grosvenor as well as special guest DJ’s. See the dates below.

Tour dates:
Nov 8th – London @ Birthdays
Nov 9th – Stockholm @ The Strand
Nov 10th – Zurich @ Blok
Nov 16th – Bern @ Club Bonsoir
Nov 17th – Rome @ L’Ektrica 10 Year Anniversary!
Nov 30th – Brisbane @ Oh Hello
Dec 1st – Sydney @ Harbourlife
Dec 8th – Melbourne @ Prince Bandroom
Dec 4th – Canberra @ Trinity
Dec15th – Adelaide @ Mr Kim’s
Dec 16th – Hobart @ The Metz
Dec 23rd – Byron Bay @ Sunday Safari

For more information on Flight Facilities, visit flightfacilities.com.

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