Disclosure “She’s Gone, Dance On”

Disclosure are back with their hugely anticipated new single ‘She’s Gone, Dance On’.

Already whipping up a frenzy in clubs and parties all over the world with DJ support from the likes of Todd Edwards, Joy Anonymous, salute, DJ Seinfeld, Peggy Gou, Sammy Virji and Dom Dolla (at Coachella) on hand to spread the good word, support for the new track has led to a swathe of fervent viral attention from fans who have been relentlessly sharing online and eagerly awaiting its official release.

Seven months later, that day has arrived and is a timely injection of new music ahead of Guy and Howard’s busy summer as they return to the live circuit. In the coming months the brothers will showcase an all-new live show – replete with live instrumentation and a bigger, bolder audio-visual experience – for a solid run of headline slots across global festivals this summer. The first is Primavera this Friday, Parklife and Glastonbury next month (their second time headlining The Other Stage), HARD in LA and Portola in San Francisco.

‘She’s Gone, Dance On’ is a BIG vibe. Sampling orchestral supremo Ennio Morricone’s ‘Dance On’ from the film Così Come Se, it has been teased across recent months, originally getting its first play from Guy at their LA pop show in October. These packed-out underplay events led to the birth of Friends & Family – a new club series curated by Guy. A joyful space where Guy visits the world’s intimate venues to throw a party with, you guessed it, friends (the DJs) and family (the fans). Each unexpected lineup consists of exciting B2Bs, which have included so far Cajmere (Green Velvet), HAAI, Chloé Caillet, salute (see recent set in Medellín), Sammy Virji, DJ Tennis, TSHA, Duskus and many more. This series has given Disclosure fans – old and many, many new – the chance to fully immerse themselves in their world; a very different but equally rewarding experience from their epic, full-blown live shows.

Disclosure are brothers Guy and Howard Lawrence. They began releasing music in 2010 with their debut album Settle arriving in 2013 to huge critical acclaim – a lead single of which, ‘Latch’ featuring Sam Smith, has recently surpassed 1 BILLION streams. They have released three further studio albums, Caracal (2015), ENERGY (2020) and Alchemy (2023). They have been nominated for 8 Grammy’s, 4 BRIT Awards and an Ivor Novello, amongst many other accolades. They have headlined arenas and festival bills all over the world across their 14 year career with the slightly younger sibling, Howard Lawrence having only just celebrated his 30th birthday.

And so we continue…we Dance On.