Disclosure announce North American headline tour

The Lawrence brothers will play in Mexico and the US from April

Disclosure have announced a North American headline tour due to begin in April.

Guy and Howard Lawrence will make the trip back to the continent for the new run of dates, which start in Mexico on April 6.

Pitchfork reports that the tour will also include appearances at a handful of festivals, including Coachella, Sasquatch and Firefly. The shows are in continued support of their second album ‘Caracal’, which was released last year and features collaborations from Lorde and The Weeknd amongst others.


Disclosure were recently announced to be one of the headliners for this year’s Reading & Leeds festivals. They are listed as a co-headliner on the main stage alongside Foals. The other confirmed headliner for the twin events so far is Red Hot Chili Peppers.

Last year, the brothers also had a hand in creating the latest Bond theme for Spectre. The duo helped produce Sam Smith’s ‘Writing’s On The Wall’, which has since won a Golden Globe.

Speaking with Red Bull, Howard Lawrence said: “We didn’t have too much involvement but I’m pretty proud we were involved at all. Sam [Smith] and Jimmy [Napes] wrote this incredible song for the Bond theme called ‘Writing’s On The Wall’ and they then came to us and asked us to give it a bit more of a contemporary feel.”

Disclosure will play:

Auditorio Banamex, Monterrey, Mexico (April 6)
Auditorio Telmex, Guadalajara, Mexico (8)
Ceremonial Festival, Mexico City, Mexico (9)
Coachella, Indio, CA (16)
Coachella, Indio, CA (23)
Revention Music Centre, Houston, TX (May 10)
The Bomb Factory, Dallas, TX (12)
The Criterion, Oklahoma City, OK (13)
Crossroads, Kansas City, MO (14)
Red Rocks Amphitheatre, Morrison, CO (17)
The Great Saltair, Magna, UT (18)
Bill Graham Civic Auditorium, San Francisco, CA (20)
Cuthbert Amphitheater, Eugene, OR (25)
Sasquatch! Music Festival, George, WA (27-30)
Boston Calling Festival, Boston, MA (27-29)
Firefly Music Festival, Dover, DE (June 16-19)



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