Brotherly UK duo Disclosure may be best known for their solid dancefloor tracks, it seems they’ve got more tricks up their sleeves. Last night, Disclosure premiered a brand new track, to be featured on their upcoming album Caracal. The track premiered BBC Radio 1’s Musical Hot Water Bottle, curated by Annie Mac. For the first glorious time, the twins showed off the third single, Moving Mountains.
Compared to the other two singles, Moving Mountains is super super downtempo, and shows off a completely new and unexpected side to their sound. American vocalist Brendan Reilly floats over the really warm pads and latin-house styled drums before some super fun yet melancholy brass comes in and out. You can move your body to it, but it doesn’t thump like some of their other songs do – but they argue that that’s why they consider it to be one of the best on Caracal, due out in September.
“This is like, one of your faves would you say?” Annie Mac asked. “Oh yeah… we say this quite a lot, quite a lot of the big hits, the popular ones anyway, that had vocals were usually remixes, but it’s so nice how this is a song which we wrote. It’s not even the best mix or whatever, but none of that matters because it’s the most soulful one of them all,” the boys replied.
The only downside to this news is that as of yet there’s no place to stream the song in its entirety, but you can head over to the BBC Radio website, stream the show and hit it up at the 90 minute mark to get your fix until Disclosure release Caracal, set for release on September 25th, finally ending the arduous wait since 2013’s dazzling debut Settle.