Faces is taken from the German band's self-titled debut album
At the end of 2020, Leipzig seven-piece Flying Moon In Space released their mind-bending self-titled debut album on Fuzz Club – a fiercely creative collection of tracks that blurred the boundaries between psychedelia, krautrock, techno and math-rock. After recently releasing a remix of the track from Xiu Xiu, Flying Moon are today sharing a new video for 'Faces'. Made by the band's close visual collaborators Polza, you can stream the video below.
Utilising propulsive four-to-the-floor rhythms and all manner of loops, samples and manipulated vocals, ‘Faces’ – now accompanied by a video – is an eight minute work-out that calls out for wide-eyed, late-night hedonism in the sort of underground European club where little else matters from outside of its sweat-soaked walls. Talking about the track, Flying Moon In Space reflect: “Some know the secret and only share it when the music’s on. The beat hits and we all win. You can see it on their faces, the vibing (e)motion sets them free. One could theorize that dance can heal all diseases, but who’s to say? All we know is the joy it brings when we play.”