Morgan Page remixes Flight Facilities’ ‘All Your Love’

Sydney duo Flight Facilities dropped their acoustic-meets-electronic gem ‘All Your Love’ earlier this year to widespread critical acclaim. The beautifully tempered single, which features fellow Australian artist Dustin Tebbit on vocals, blended folk influences with crescendoing guitar and muted synths, and took the pair away down a more chilled-out route that hit all the right notes.


Reversing that direction is Morgan Page. The American’s remix manages to bring the track back onto the dance floor while still retaining the delicate, ethereal quality of Tebbit’s vocal and the structured, chugging tempo of Gruzman and Lyell’s original production. By bringing the sharpness of the synths into the foreground and releasing the mute button on the percussion, Page creates depth and adds a new, swirling dynamism that underpins the remix as a whole, injecting enough energy and pace for the track to hold its own on the biggest dance floors and festival main stages.

Page will be touring extensively across North America this summer as he gears up to drop a huge run of new music, kicking off with his Flight Facilities remix and next month’s original track ‘Let You Go’.

Flight Facilities ft Dustin Tebbit ‘All Your Love’ (Morgan Page Remix) is out now on Glassnote Music available to stream or download. For more information on all things Morgan Page, visit


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