Sep 08, 2014
Flight Facilities Blasts Off With ‘Two Bodies’
Flight Facilities feat. Emma Louise - Two Bodies (Extended Version) [Win/Glassnote]

As anticipation builds for Flight Facilities‘ debut album Down To Earth, they’ve given us an enticing sneak peak today with the single Two Bodies.

North American fans were first graced with the track on Jason Bentley’s KCRW Morning Becomes Eclectic show, UK listeners via Annie Mac‘s BBC Radio 1 show, and Aussies through Triple J radio–it’s safe to say that fans across the globe have welcomed the dynamic duo back with open arms.

Two Bodies is best described as a spiritual journey through various musical realms, beginning with a profound 1959 Rod Serling sample and transitioning into a smooth, downtempo drum beat leading into Emma Louise’s beautiful, sensual voice carrying the rest of the track to completion. This is one those songs that makes you want to lay down, close your eyes, rid yourself of petty daily worries, and simply meditate for a solid seven minutes and 30 seconds.

To celebrate the new single and upcoming album, Flight Facilities will kick off a global tour on Nov. 6, starting in their home of Australia and moving to Europe and through the US–snatch your tickets before they sell out here.

The official release Down To Earth is set for Oct. 27 and will include previously released hits Stand Still, Claire de Lune, and the timeless Crave You. Pre-order it here.

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