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Disclosure unveil new single from upcoming album

English electronic music duo Disclosure, comprising of brothers Howard and Guy Lawrence have unveiled one of the tracks from their upcoming album ‘Caracal”. This is the second track from the album that they have showcased, following the earlier revealing of lead single ‘Holding On’. The album will be the duo’s second LP and will be released on September 25th later this year. Their debut album from 2013, ‘Settle’ had seen wide range of success on the charts. Ranking on top on the UK charts and being nominated for the revered Mercury Prize, given out to the best album from the United Kingdom, the duo will hope that the follow up runs along the same lines of success.

We have no reason to believe that it would not. As the duo have already admitted that they would be collaborating with “big names”, like Sam Smith and Lorde, as well as “singers that most people would never have heard of”, while also keeping true to their philosophy of collaborating only “if we’re a fan of their music in the first place”, there is no doubt that this album would not follow the footsteps of the previous one.

The song is titled ‘Moving Mountains’ and the duo have collaborated with London-based American singer Brendan Reilly. To give it a listen you can go to the official website and listen to the whole show, where the song is featured by Annie Mac at 01:29:45.

Link for song [skip to 01:29:45] – http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b062hcwd#play

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