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EDITORS’ NOTES

Disclosure’s sleek and soulful take on dance-pop helped bring sounds from the U.K. underground into the mainstream. (Just witness the success of the Sam Smith–featuring “Latch,” which wound its way up the U.S. charts for nearly six months, almost two years after originally being released.) Led by GRAMMY®-winning jazz vocalist Gregory Porter, the swinging, gospel-inflected first single from the sibling production duo's sophomore album doesn’t stray far from the mood of Settle—proof that they’ve found their lane and are staying in it.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Disclosure’s sleek and soulful take on dance-pop helped bring sounds from the U.K. underground into the mainstream. (Just witness the success of the Sam Smith–featuring “Latch,” which wound its way up the U.S. charts for nearly six months, almost two years after originally being released.) Led by GRAMMY®-winning jazz vocalist Gregory Porter, the swinging, gospel-inflected first single from the sibling production duo's sophomore album doesn’t stray far from the mood of Settle—proof that they’ve found their lane and are staying in it.

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