11 of our best photos from Rudimental and Disclosure’s first ever festival this weekend in Shoreham.
More than 70,000 people attended the first ever Wild Life festival this weekend at Shoreham's Brighton City Airport, headlined and hosted by dance masters Disclosure and Rudimental. Here's how it all unfolded...
DJ duo Disclosure, having posted two new tracks in recent months, 'Bang That' and 'Holding On', finally confirmed their much-anticipated second album at the festival. The Lawrence brothers, snapped here backstage, will release 'Caracal' this September, their first full-length since 2013 debut 'Settle'.
Jamie xx brought the kaleidoscopic colours of his recent solo debut to a rowdy audience on the Big Top stage on Sunday, against a misty backdrop.
The beats didn't stop with the acts on stage.
Here's rising grime favourite Novelist doing his thing on the Big Top stage on Sunday.
Here's Wu-Tang Clan grinning their way through a greatest hits set on the Main Stage.
Among the other big acts of the weekend were Annie Mac, Nas, Skepta and JME, Mark Ronson and George Ezra.
Merseyside-born minimalist-popper Lapsley was one of the highlights of Sunday's Main Stage lineup.
Disclosure's Howard Lawrence recently told NME the pair were trying to do something "I don't think anyone's ever tried to do before" with their new live show. We got a glimpse of that on Sunday night, as they tore through a spectacular set featuring an unheard song from the new record, called 'Jaded'.
As you can see, the Disclosure crowd were loving it.
"I just love the way they look, their physical capabilities and their anonymity," Howard Lawrence said in a statement about the titular animal of their new album. "It felt like a perfect fit for our Wild Life brand too, so the Caracal made perfect sense as the lead visual for the new album and over the course of recording, it also felt like a natural title for the new record too." Bring. It. On.