‘In My Arms’ is set to be followed by ‘Seduction’, ‘Another Level’, ‘It’s Happening’ and ‘Never Enough’, with the releases being coordinated in a similar way to that of ‘Ecstacy’, an EP they released in 2020.
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Speaking about the new music and their intentions, Guy Lawrence said:
“The spark that ignited the creation of this body of work came from a place of wanting to revitalise a very fractured & uncertain dance music scene & club culture that has changed so much all over the world for obvious reasons in the last 18 months,”
He continued: “While piecing together initial ideas during the spring of 2021, hope began to glimmer on the horizon for producers & DJs that we may soon be able to gather together again, dancing & listening to music as one, participating in something larger than ourselves”
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“So we asked each other… what would we want to hear in those moments? What does that first moment back in a club sound like? What does walking into Shangri-la, Glasto at 2 a.m. feel like again? What does a headline show at Reading look like after all the difficulties 2020 brought on our whole industry?
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“With all these questions unanswered & with the possibility that any of these events may actually be allowed to take place, we set to work on creating something that might fit one of those magical moments some of us have been longing to participate in again.”
Disclosure are set to headline at Reading and Leeds Festivals later this month.
Listen to ‘Into My Arms’ below.
Tope Olufemi is Mixmag’s Digital Intern, follow them on Twitter