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Disclosure have dropped a surprise new five-song EP

Titled 'Ecstasy' - which was also the name of the first track to arrive from the release on Monday - it also includes the previously aired 'Tondo', 'Expressing What Matters' and 'Etran'.
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Published: 12:30 pm, February 28, 2020
Disclosure have dropped a surprise new five-song EP

After dropping new tracks all week, Disclosure have revealed a brand new five song EP.

Titled 'Ecstasy' - which was also the name of the first track to arrive from the release on Monday - it also includes the previously aired 'Tondo', 'Expressing What Matters' and 'Etran', which debuted on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday respectively.

It's the first full collection of music from Howard and Guy Lawrence (for it is they, etc - Ed) since 2016's 'Moog for Love' EP. Their previous album 'Caracal' was released back in 2015.

You can check out the full EP below.

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