Late Nite Tuff Guy transforms Flight Facilities' Stranded into a house epic

Late Nite Tuff Guy transforms Flight Facilities' Stranded into a house epic

"It's probably no secret we're huge Late Nite Tuff Guy fans" – Flight Facilities.

After dominating much of 2016 with their returning Emma Louise collaboration Arty Boy and their guest-stacked "piece of art" Stranded, Flight Facilities are set to be unavoidable once again in 2018. Their long-awaited sophomore album is one of our most anticipated for the year, and after just getting announced for this year's Groovin' The Moo, it seems that their revamped live show is set to feature heavily in the Australian touring market across the next year or two.

Ahead of their next official single, the Australian electronic pairing have shared a house anthem of a remix by Late Nite Tuff Guy, who has masterfully taken the complex layering of Stranded and transformed it into something more club-friendly and bouncy. Reggie Watts, Broods and Saro all return on the remix for their vocal features, which are this time positioned over a growing house production that brings together the single's original chords and string line with a catchy bassline and some thick synth goodness. "It's probably no secret we're huge Late Nite Tuff Guy fans," says Flight Facilities on the track, which arrives as a free download. "Which is why he was the first and only person we thought of to ask for a remix of Stranded." Check out the remix below, and be sure to catch our favourite pilots live in action as they return to Groovin' The Moo this autumn – deets, dates and full line-up HERE.

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