Flight Facilities Release ‘Stand Still’ Feat. Micky Green Music Video
Written by Greg Moskovitch on 28th November, 2013
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Circumnavigating deck masters Flight Facilities have unveiled their latest high-flying visual delight in the form of the video for Stand Still, their collaboration with Sydney-born, Paris-based pop-singer Micky Green, which came out via Future Classic earlier this month.
According to the band, the track itself was inspired by “80s hip-hop records and Midnight Oil, with an added touch of drum & bass,” with the track serving as a beacon of the band’s — made up of DJ-producers Hugo Gruzman and James Lyell — far-reaching and eclectic tastes.
Enlisting a crack team to put the track together, the aforementioned talents of Micky Green were accompanied by mixing help from James David of UK duo Snakehips, while the clip was directed by Clair De Lune video director Dave Ma, with cinematography by Benjamin Kitchens.
Readers can check out the Stand Still video, which offers an interesting and splendrous take on the lines between fantasy, virtual reality and the real world, below. Readers can also get a copy of the track and order the special digital remix package, through iTunes here.
Watch: Flight Facilities feat. Micky Green – Stand Still