The London-based band were joined by singer Liz Lawrence for their stripped-down take on the dance track, which they recorded during an appearance on BBC Radio 1’s Live Lounge yesterday (February 27). The song originally appeared on Disclosure’s debut album ‘Settle’.
Bombay Bicycle Club released their fourth studio album ‘So Long, See You Tomorrow’ earlier this month. The LP subsequently became the band’s first Official UK Albums Chart Number One, outselling its closest rival, Avicii’s ‘True’, by more than 6,000 copies.
Disclosure, meanwhile, have been confirmed for this year’s Glastonbury festival after organiser Emily Eavis revealed they will play a “big slot” at Worthy Farm this June. Speaking to NME, Eavis said: “We’re sitting with Disclosure and we can say that they’ll be back, which is brilliant for us because they had an amazing year last year and they are one of the greatest British acts at the moment. So that’s exciting, too, so you can see them in a big slot. Somewhere.”
The duo, who are comprised of siblings Guy and Howard Lawrence, also picked up the Best Track award for their song ‘White Noise’ at the NME Awards 2014 with Austin, Texas earlier this week (February 26). For a full report of the evening’s events, including appearances from Blondie, Paul McCartney, Damon Albarn and Blondie, click here.