Disclosure reveal two new songs, including a track with Mary J Blige

UK dance duo tease 'F For You' remix with R'n'B singer

Disclosure have revealed two new tracks, including a collaboration with Mary J Blige.

Earlier this week (January 19), the UK dance duo were joined onstage in New York by Blige, who performed 'F For You' with Guy and Howard Lawrence at Terminal 5 in Manhattan. Now an official version of the song with Blige on vocals has been previewed with the full version due on January 23. Listen to it above.

In addition to the 'F for You' remix, Disclosure have also revealed new track 'You Stressin'', featuring rising rapper Bishop Nehru. Scroll down to hear the track now.

Disclosure are also working on new music with Q-Tip. Over the weekend the rapper, producer and A Tribe Called Quest member posted a picture to Instagram of him with the UK dance duo, alongside the caption "Studio tonight with these guys". It is not yet known if the songs are for a new Disclosure album.



Disclosure 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, 7)
London Alexandra Palace (8)


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