Published Feb 26, 2020Not unlike how they handled things back in 2018, Disclosure are cranking out new singles at a song-a-day pace, and today's arrival is titled "Expressing What Matters."
Following the previously shared "Ecstasy" and "Tondo," the duo's latest also features some aerial cover art and a prominent sample, this time sourced from Boz Scaggs's "Lowdown."
"We really wanted to try and focus in on those wonderful backing vocals that permeate through the original & give it such soul," brothers Guy and Howard Lawrence explained in a statement. "They ended up becoming the focal point of the entire track...The whole thing was one big audio science experiment for us."
Disclosure rolled out six standalone tracks in 2018, with five arriving over a period of days in August of that year. Those were the Fatoumata Diawara-assisted "Ultimatum," "Moonlight," "Where Angels Fear to Tread," "Love Can Be So Hard," "Funky Sensation" and "Where You Come From."
Guy Lawrence also recently leant production to Mac Miller's posthumous album Circles.