And it's pretty damn good, at a first glance. As is becoming the trend with a few of the hyped albums released this year (A$AP Rocky, James Blake, Lapalux) the main artists are calling in cameos from some big names to pull in more listeners.
In the case of garage/house sibling duo Disclosure, that translates to featured drops from pop starlet Eliza Doolittle, rising stars AlunaGeorge, alt-r'n'b producer and songwriter Jamie Woon (!) and Jessie Ware, already one of their partners in remix crime. So basically, this album should be great. Have a look at the tracklisting for yourself:
02 When a Fire Starts to Burn
03 Latch (feat. Sam Smith)
04 F for You
05 White Noise (feat. AlunaGeorge)
06 Defeated No More (feat. Ed Mac)
07 Voices (feat. Sasha Keable)
08 Second Chance
09 You & Me (feat. Eliza Doolittle)
10 January (feat. Jamie Woon)
11 Confess to Me (feat. Jessie Ware)
12 Help Me Lose My Mind (feat. London Grammar)
From what we've heard on singles "White Noise" with Aluna (which Hudson Mohawke ripped a new one on this awesome remix) and "You and Me" featuring Eliza, this is going to be a trip down 90s house memory lane. But updated, of course.
The album, Settle, comes out on June 3rd in the U.K. and June 4th elsewhere and you can pre-order it here. The Brothers Lawrence will be touring a ton this summer, so if you're doing European festivals click to check whether they'll be playing a stage near you. And enjoy the new video for "You and Me" (above) in the meantime. It follows a young London couple on a bit of a Eurotrip adventure, and also stars the same stunning woman from r'n'b singer Delilah's "Breathe" video. Seriously, who is she?