Disclosure reveal new song ‘Bang That’ – listen

First new music from chart topping dance duo since debut album 'Settle'

Disclosure have revealed new song ‘Bang That’, their first new music in nearly two years.

The song was given its world premiere on Annie Mac’s Radio 1 show earlier this evening (May 1) and is available to hear online now.


‘Bang That’ has featured in many of Disclosure’s recent live sets and is based on a sample of 313 Bass Mechanics ‘Ghetto Fabulous’. Guy and Lawrence Howard are busy recording their new album, the follow up to 2013 debut ‘Settle’.

Next up for the duo, however, will be their own music festival alongside Rudimental. Wildlife is set to take place in Brighton this June. The two-day event will see both acts perform live and a host of guests, including Sam Smith and Jamie xx also on the bill. The inaugural Wild Life takes place at Brighton City Airport on June 6-7.

Other acts confirmed for the festival include Nas, Mark Ronson, Earl Sweatshirt, George Ezra, Wu Tang Clan, Annie Mac, Seth Troxler, David Rodigan and Maya Jane Coles.

Tickets for Wild Life are sold out.


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