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Disclosure are planning "something very different to what we've done before" in 2019

The band have made a couple of vague statements on future plans via social media.
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Published: 11:53 am, November 29, 2018
Disclosure are planning "something very different to what we've done before" in 2019

We've already talked about the hype game once this morning, thanks to our mate James Blake. Now, another band are at it, but in a slightly more chatty, less enigmatic way.

Disclosure have let a couple of vague, arm wavey statements loose while announcing they're playing next year's Sonar festival.

The duo will be performing a DJ set at next year's event, and while posting to Twitter about the news, made a couple of comments about their plans for the year ahead.

"2019 is going to be a special year for us," they tease. "We're going to be doing something very different to what we've done before."

There's no further details on what that is, but after the brothers dropped a series of one off tracks earlier this year, the creative juices are clearly flowing.

You can check out the tweet below.

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