Disclosure to release 'Settle' remix album

Sohn, DJ Premier and Larry Heard are among those featured on the collection which will be released on December 17

Disclosure to release 'Settle' remix album

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Disclosure are reportedly set to release a remix album of their Mercury Prize-nominated debut ‘Settle’ next week (December 17).

While details at this time are minimal, the speedy release is said to feature remixes from the likes of Sohn, DJ Premier, Kaytranada and Larry Heard among others, Fact reports.

This announcement comes at the end of a mammoth year for the Lawrence brothers, who scored a Number One back in May with the original version of the album and have since gone on to receive a Grammy nomination for Best Dance/ Electronica Album.

Last month, the duo were forced to postpone a gig in Birmingham due to illness, however the rescheduled date will now form part of their biggest headline tour to date next March. The Birmingham O2 Academy show will now take place on March 4, while the rest of the short UK tour will see the brothers headline Edinburgh Corn Exchange (March 5) and Manchester Apollo (6), before culminating in their biggest show yet at London’s Alexandra Palace (8).

To check the availability of Disclosure tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/TICKETS now, or call 0844 858 6765.

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