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Disclosure have shared a brand new track, 'Ecstasy'

It dropped as part of the duo's latest Kitchen Mix.
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Published: 8:56 pm, February 24, 2020
Disclosure have shared a brand new track, 'Ecstasy'

Disclosure have shared a brand new track.

Titled 'Ecstasy', it dropped as part of the duo's latest Kitchen Mix, and is the first new music from brothers Guy and Howard Lawrence since 2019.

“This song came into existence early 2019 during a writing session at Guy’s house in London," Disclosure explain. "We were curiously chopping up samples from various 70s disco and soul records when suddenly, ‘Fantasy’ by Aquarium Dream gave us the exact thing we were searching for. This song is made entirely to get a human being to their feet and directly to the dance floor.”

It all follows a promise from the band in an email newsletter last week that they'd be dropping "exciting news... very soon", with "a bunch of shows all over the world".

You can check out 'Ecstasy' below.

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