Dig Out Disclosure Strutting A Mesmerizing View From a Remote National Park Via Croatia!

Dig Out Disclosure Strutting A Mesmerizing View From a Remote National Park via Croatia!

"With a new album imminent and traditional shows off the table, Disclosure got creative with a livestream performance in a remote and stunning natural location.

Yesterday (Aug. 17), the Lawrence brothers touched down in Croatia's Plitvice Lakes National Park for a set produced by Cercle, the Paris-based event organizer and broadcasting group that hosts shows in far-flung locations around the world.

Produced in partnership with Amazon Music, the nearly two hour set featured music from Disclosure's forthcoming LP, Energy. Out Aug. 28, it's the lauded dance duo's third LP and the followup to 2015's Caracal.

In a recent interview with Billboard, the brothers -- Guy and Howard Lawrence -- discussed the influence of the natural world on the new music, saying that an interest in the patterns of nature affected their music. “All of that stuff really changed the way I produce and place instruments in the mix,” said Guy.

The set at Plitvice Lakes National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site famous for its cascading lakes, was the latest from Cercle, which since its 2016 launch has made a name for itself through a series of livestreams featuring dance world stars like Solomun, Amelie Lens and FKJ playing in locations like the Eiffel Tower and a remote Bolivian salt flat.

"Usually, these locations have never received or hosted any concert or music event," Cercle's Head of Communication Pol Souchier told Billboard Dance in 2019. "We need to have permits to shoot the location and host an event there, and sometimes we even need to create rules around the event, because they've never received guests for music events or an event at all."" - Billboard.com

Click on the link below to view Disclosure's set via the duo's Facebook.


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