Release Date Friday 28th August
All albums will be ready for collection on that date – Tickets will be ready later in the year.
CD + Ticket Bundle start from just £24.99
CD and Ticket Bundles are limited to 4 per person. Ticket only is limited to 1 per person
Release Date Friday 28th August (Intimate show pencilled for Wednesday 3rd March 2021 )
All pre-orders will be dispatched/ready for collection in line with details listed further down this page
(PLEASE READ DETAILS BEFORE PLACING YOUR ORDER)
To celebrate the release of their new album, Disclosure will play a very special intimate Set at WIRE in Leeds on Wednesday 3rd March (Doors tbc).
We have set up special bundles (in the drop down box above) for this release where fans can purchase a copy of the album and get a ticket for this exclusive show at WIRE. There is a very limited capacity for this event so we would expect all the album and ticket bundles to sell out very quickly.
Age Restrictions – Over 18’s only , ID will be required.
One copy of an album/bundle on any format gets one ticket for the gig. Two bundle purchases gets two tickets.
Album and ticket bundles are just £24.99 and can be viewed in the drop down menu above, we urge you to purchase a copy of the album with your bundle not only does it represent great value for money but it also helps in the first week of release and it means we can put on more of these album launch release shows in the future.
PLEASE NOTE: WE ARE PRINTING TICKETS FOR THIS EVENT AND THESE TICKETS WILL BE NEEDED FOR ENTRY , ORDER EMAILS ETC WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED FOR ENTRY.
Collect at Crash – you must be able to collect in the first week of release from the shop to validate the ticket (Between Friday 28th August – Thursday 3rd September Also please note Saturday 29th August is records store day drop 1 so we will be very busy id avoid this day as we expect large queues) Tickets will be issued later in the year once we have them from the promoter – all sussesful orders (thats have collected their albums from the shop will get an email when tickets are ready to collect.
Postage is now available – Albums will go out first on or just before the release date (28th August) tickets will follow later in the year once printed
Please note, there is NO collect at venue option
- Watch Your Step
- My High
- Who Knew?
- Douha (Mali Mali)
- Fractal (Interlude)
- Ce n’est pas
- Thinking ‘Bout You (Interlude)
The news comes alongside the first offering from the album and aptly the records’ title
track. ENERGY pits a raucous rhythm from an album of Brazilian library music against a
cut up samples of Eric Thomas, the same hip hop preacher whose words memorably
appeared on 2013’s ‘When a Fire Starts to Burn’. Thomas gives the whole album a kind
of manifesto: “Look! Where your focus goes, your energy flows. Are you hearing me?”.
The Kid Studio directed video gives props to the underdog in an undeniably feelgood
visual to counteract these sombre times – and even perhaps an illustration of uncanny
foresight into the predicted post-lockdown baby boom?
On the single, Disclosure said “when we found Eric many years ago, he was like a
goldmine of inspirational quotes and motivational speeches. Even if he was speaking to a
room of five it was like he was addressing a stadium. He has an immense presence and
energy about him that translates so well into music – especially house music. This time we
cut up various speeches to make something that makes sense. What he says is basically the
whole concept for the record, that’s why it became the title track.”
Although Eric’s recognisable and life affirming voice has been utilised by the brothers
previously, there are notable new features across the length of ENERGY the album. A
global spectrum of talented artists grace the record – and for the first time this includes
rappers. Appearances from Mick Jenkins, Channel Tres, Aminé and slowthai sit
comfortably alongside the legend that is Common. Other features include the inimitable
Kelis who opens the album and Fatoumata Diawara who the boys have also linked
up with previously. Cameroon’s Blick Bassy brings his own flow to the table while a
powerhouse team of Kehlani & Syd ease the pace with their contribution.
For the exhilarating new album ‘ENERGY’ the title is everything. “The thing that decided
which songs made it and which songs didn’t was that one word: energy. Every track was
written really quickly. That’s why we had to write so many songs because those ones don’t
come up every day. Or every week. Or every month.” Through an epic process of creation
and distillation the path to producing their shortest, most direct album – 11 songs, 39
minutes – ran through around 200 tracks: everything from drum loops to fully realised
Since live touring has been paused during the global pandemic and their own plans for
2020 now being put on hold, Guy (and sadly not Howard as they isolated in different
countries) found an outlet for his desire to give people a good time no matter what the
circumstances by doing a regular run of their popular Kitchen Mix parties via live
stream, a set for Boiler Room and a one off special to celebrate Earth Day.