English electronic duo Disclosure undoubtedly had one of the most successful releases last year. Titled ‘Caracal’, their album was able to garner a vast amount of sales as well as top numerous charts from many different platforms. One of the more prominent tracks out of their second studio album was their song “Nocturnal” alongside American R&B artist The Weeknd. Bringing back
Two years after their chart-topping album ‘Settle’, Disclosure released their second album titled ‘Caracal’ last September. The young English duo collaborated with some of the music industry’s top artists such as The Weeknd for the song “Nocturnal”, Miguel for “Good Intentions”, and Sam Smith for “Omen”. Another particular singer they worked with was New Zealand’s Lorde for their gold-certified song
American Trap and Moombahton producer, and all out Snapchat clown, Dillon Francis, finally unveiled his remix of Disclosure’s ‘Omen’ with Sam Smith. The original track was featured on Disclosure’s highly anticipated second studio album ‘Caracal’ released earlier this Fall. After being teased on social media for the past couple of weeks, Dillon’s remix has officially arrived and it does not disappoint.
Disclosure's debut album, 'Caracal' is making all the right noises. And with their collaborations with Lorde, Miguel and The Weeknd still in the pipeline, the levels of anticipation surrounding Disclosure are some of the highest this year. The soulful voice of Kwabs is already well-established, with "Walk" becoming one of FIFA 15's anthem's. Accompanied by Disclosure's signature house, garage-esque sound, the
Disclosure's upcoming album 'Caracal' is certainly packing a punch. In fact many punches. With the track list recently announced, the British duo have certainly been busy calling in a ridiculous amount of vocal talent. After the show-stopping reemergence into the spotlight with "Holding On" and Gregory Porter's soulful voice, their latest release "Omen" featuring Sam Smith has elevated album expectations even