Disclosure unveil video for 'Grab Her' - watch

The duo will head out on a short UK tour in March

Disclosure have revealed the video for their track 'Grab Her'.

Click above to watch the Emile Sornin-directed video. The song comes from their Mercury Prize-nominated debut 'Settle'. The Lawrence brothers have also received a Grammy nomination for Best Dance/Electronica Album. The duo head out on tour in March, starting at the Birmingham O2 Academy on March 4, while the rest of the short UK tour will see the brothers headline Edinburgh Corn Exchange (March 5) as well as two nights at Manchester Apollo (6, 7), before culminating in their biggest headline show yet at London Alexandra Palace (8).

Disclosure play:

Birmingham O2 Academy (March 4, 2014)
Edinburgh Corn Exchange (5)
Manchester Apollo (6)
Manchester Apollo (7)
London Alexandra Palace (8)


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