Disclosure Brings Back House-Fueled Grooves for Surprise ‘Ecstasy’ EP


The past week has been a fun one for fans of Disclosure, a English prolongation twin consisting of brothers Guy and Howard Lawrence. Returning to their garage and house-fueled beginnings, a English duos latest Ecstasy EP was expelled over a past week, dropping one strain a day for 5 days. The rollout mimicked 2018’s Moonlight EP, that equally saw one lane dropping a day for a week.

Disclosure had primarily astounded fans early in a week with dual new four-to-the-floor residence steppers –“Ecstasy” and “Tondo” featuring mythological Cameroonian musician Eko Roosevelt. They followed those cuts adult with tthe groove-heavy lane “Expressing What Matters,” recalling a Settle epoch with a polished take on their evil garage sound. Now a dual have expelled a project’s final tracks, “Etran” featuring Etran Finatawa and “Get Close,” wherein a brothers’ adore for low residence shines, opting for a heavily worshiped outspoken representation that rides alongside funk-filled basslines, heterogeneous percussion breaks, and more.

You can tide Disclosure’s Ecstasy EP below.

In box we missed it, Disclosure recently teamed adult with Khalid for “Know Your Worth.”

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