[REMINDER] Catch Disclosure at Carl Black Chevy Woods Amphitheater Sunday, Oct. 4

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It’s time to whip out your neon and lace up your dancing shoes. British electronic duo Disclosure will finally make their way to Carl Black Chevy Woods Amphitheater this Sunday, Oc. 4 for a night full of hypnotizing beats and killer hooks. Since their breakthrough collaboration “Latch” with Sam Smith topped the charts in 2012, these two brothers have been supplying a stream of innovative tracks that appeal to all types of music lovers.

They just released their sophomore album, Caracal, which features big-name artists like Lorde and The Weeknd. If you’re still on the fence about whether or not to travel all the way out into the woods for a night of electronica, stop hesitating. Disclosure’s energetic live show will be one of those rare concert events you’ll hear about long after your last glow-stick burns out. Grab tickets here and read on for more.

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If you were living anywhere other than under a rock last year, you probably heard Disclosure‘s huge hit track, “Latch.” The popular single featured the silky vocals of British wunderkind Sam Smith, and won the hearts of music lovers across genres. Their experimental take on electronic music infuses sounds and influences from all over the world to create beats that will make you want to jump out of your seat. Their new album, Caracal, was released Sept. 25, and features a brand new mix of creative collaborations. Although their tracks with up-and-comer Kwabs and Gregory Porter are incredibly strong, they’ve recaptured the magic first found in “Latch” with their newest single, “Omen.” Sam Smith and his crazy voice returns to make us all swoon, while the brothers behind Disclosure bring out beats that are too good to ignore. If this small taste of their music doesn’t make you want to polish up your dancing shoes ahead of their Sunday show, I don’t know what will.

Disclosure will perform Sunday, Oct. 4 at the Carl Black Chevy Woods Amphitheater. The show is all ages, begins at 7:30 p.m., and tickets are still available for $37.50.

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