Disclosure Announces Release Date For New Album
Having pushed the date of its release three times now, the new Disclosure album is to house music what Blizzard Gaming Company is to World of Warcraft nerds. Fans across the globe can stop holding their breath, the British house duo have at last announced the official release date for their highly anticipated debut album Settle. Their first full length LP will be available for purchase on June 3rd. In addition to the album, those who pre-order it will have access to tickets to their upcoming fall tour later this year as well.
Disclosure is a phenomenon, simply put. It’s pure, honest, electronic music and they don’t cut any corners. Formed by brothers Guy and Howard Lawrence, these two have a firm grasp on the roots of UK deep house and have proven themselves to be some of the genre’s best in the region’s history. There is innovation, and there is trade, and then there is both. They have mastered a classic formula while retaining a visionary approach to their music. Rather than assuming the role of full time DJ’s, all their music is performed live on synthesizers drum machines, live vocals, and MIDI pads, putting them into a completely different league of house music. In under three years the fast growth of their career has come to resemble the nuclear pulse propulsion theory used in atomic bombs. Since the release of the first single “Offline Dexterity” in 2010, they have since gone on to become one of the most successful acts in electronic music, recently selling out their US tour without even dropping their first album. Settle is certain to receive accolades worldwide, and will no doubt find an immediate home in the top of the charts this summer.