Flight Facilities team up with Dustin Tebbutt for new single, All Your Love

Flight Facilities team up with Dustin Tebbutt for new single, All Your Love

Much like their semi-recent single Stranded, it's a masterclass in the beauty of stripped-back subtleness.

Currently on the road to album number two, Australian electronic heavyweights Flight Facilities have been showcasing their music production dexterity and versatility. There was first, the vocal-led, Emma Louise-featuring comeback single Arty Boy which was soon followed by one of their most beautiful singles yet, enlisting an entourage of music heavyweights in Reggie Watts, Saro, Broods, Touch Sensitive, Warpaint's Stella Mozgawa and more for the subtle second single Stranded. In 2018, they've hit us with the old' one-two again, with the disco-infused anthem Need You paving the way for another subdued moment arriving today, All Your Love, which features the vocals of Dustin Tebbutt.

Previewed on their returning run of sold-out headline shows, All Your Love is a masterclass in pinpointing the beauty in electronic production and highlighting it above everything else, uniting Tebbutt's weightless vocal with a synth-drenched production that bubbles underneath with a slight house pulse, similar to work by other Australian heavyweights like RÜFÜS DU SOL.

"For me, it's a look at vulnerability in a relationship and how being open to that paves the way for those grander euphoric feelings, while at the same time leaves you at the mercy of the other person," says Tebbutt on the single. "It's a confession and celebration of the process and ultimately, that moment when you let the control go." Listen to the track below:

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