Disclosure have debuted yet another new track, ‘Where Angels Fear To Tread’

It follows up on 'Moonlight', which appeared last night (20th August).

Look, Disclosure. We’re busy. We don’t have time to be uploading you a news story every five minutes, so while we’re delighted you’ve dropped a second new track inside 24 hours, you could maybe keep things in manageable chunks in future, eh

Yep, the duo have delivered their second new cut in as many days in the form of ‘Where Angels Fear To Tread’, which follows up on ‘Moonlight’ which appeared last night (20th August).

“We’ve been completely obsessed with acapella jazz groups lately, and wanted to try and incorporate that sound into our music,” they explain. “The Four Freshmen where one of the earliest groups to incorporate advanced jazz harmony into this style and inspired the likes of The Beach Boys. Years later, they are still inspiring us”

You can check out ‘Where Angels Fear To Tread’ below.

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