April 14, 2014


Disclosure Want to Interject Songwriting Into Dance Music

Last year, Disclosure were the talk of  Coachella, riding high on a few singles and the feverish anticipation of their debut album Settle. They returned this past weekend for a victory lap and took a moment to talk to Fuse's Jack Osbourne about their dance-music philosophy these days.  

"We don't consider ourselves to be making EDM," they say. "Ours is more for house music. It's more bring songwriting into dance worlds; instead of a big build up, a drop, a big pyro explosion, it's more about the meaning of the song, the structure ... it's a little deeper."

The young British duo have certainly honed in on the songwriter tip recently, when R&B veteran Mary J. Blige offered to jump on a remix of their track "F for You."

"She approached us and said I want to do a cover of 'F for You,'" Disclosure's Guy Lawrence says. "She came back two to three weeks later and said she'd done a whole new version. We had to sift through 300 takes." 

Disclosure are currently hitting the festival circuit over the next several months - but Coachella might just be their favorite stopped. Why? "Definitely the weather and the amount of bikinis," Guy says.

Fuse is on the ground at Coachella all weekend. Stay up to date with our latest coverage here.