Møme and Ricky Ducati have released the studio session visuals for Flamingo, or track 12 found on their Flashback FM LP that was released on all major platforms earlier in the year. The Flashback FM LP from Møme and Ricky Ducati offers all of the components needed for a timeless electronic project, reminiscent of greats including French musical duo Cassius and French musical duo Justice. Released in February, the Flashback FM LP from Møme and Ricky Ducati serves up 15 tracks featuring sonic influences of the 1970’s and 1980’s. The Flashback FM LP features a handful of fan favorites when you browse on Spotify or Apple Music, with Flamingo claiming top personal favorite among the 15 tracks offered on the LP for its irresistible feel-good vibe. Møme and Ricky Ducati share more about how their track Flamingo came to fruition below.
Flamingo is inspired by our trips to Palm Springs California. Much of Palm Springs remains untouched from the 1950’s/1960’s era and a few of the vintage stores still sell yard flamingos which we always found very charming. The song itself is about someone who spots a crush on the dancefloor and after experiencing love at first sight they realize the crush has disappeared from sight. They spend the rest of the night searching the club longing to connect once again- Ricky’s original demo was a slow low key vibe and Jérémy’s production gives an upbeat infectious rhythm that provides the charm it was lacking. The studio performance was one of our favorites especially because Ricky could let loose and do his own version of a classic nightclub performer. The song is just fun to dance to and we hope that comes through on the video.
The visuals for Flamingo were recorded simultaneously in Paris, France and Los Angeles, California in an intimate studio session format. Watch the entire studio session for Flamingo by Møme and Ricky Ducati below.