Faith in Love

Album: Mumbo Jumbo (2010)


  • Air Supply had been playing "Faith in Love" in concerts for three years before finally releasing it on their 2010 album Mumbo Jumbo. Their guitarist/songwriter Graham Russell describes it as a "disco song." He told Songfacts: "I remember that song in particular, it was like breaking the barriers - we could do other things. I thought at first that people would think Air Supply with a disco feel was too weird, but you know what? The Bee Gees did it, so I think we can too." (Check out our interview with Graham Russell.)


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