How many artists can you name who’ve collaborated with such a diverse set of blockbuster as Mary J. Blige, Sam Smith, Eliza Doolittle, and The Weeknd in the first ten years of their career? Not very many – unless you’re talking about the synth-techno-house duo Disclosure. They’ve had quite the successful first decade (or so) of their career, and they’ve earned everything they have. Disclosure has been so popular that some even credit them for launching fellow British artist Sam Smith who did the vocals on their breakout track “Latch” in 2012. From MySpace tracks to the world stage, these brothers are just getting started.
A Hybrid Sound
Describing Disclosure as techno music is too simple. Yet, defining them as “underground club artists” is no longer relevant. To truly describe their sound, you have to use more adjectives. They take inspiration from the disco era, U.K. garage bands to Dubstep and whatever happens to be in-between. When they’re creating music, they don’t pay attention to the restraints of a genre. Instead, they let the music lead and take the track where it wants to go. That technique has worked well for them. They originally signed with Moshi Moshi in 2010 but outgrew them and signed with Universal’s PMR a few years later.
The Collaboration Kings
After putting out the wildly successful “Latch” in 2012 featuring Sam Smith, the brothers headed Stateside. They recorded with the undisputed R&B queen Mary J. Blige on a track that eventually got them a Grammy nomination. Their second album featured musical prodigy Lorde, American pop/soul star The Weeknd, and Sam Smith (again). While the album had big names, the brothers’ talent still managed to shine through. So much so that they topped Electronic charts in both the US and the UK. After putting out their last album, the band is ready to tour the world live. And with their discography and industry contacts, you never know who’s going to be a surprise guest.
Frequently Asked Questions
How much are Disclosure tickets?
It depends! Disclosure ticket prices will differ based on the source and the seats. The average price for Disclosure concert tickets is usually around $70 a ticket, and that’s for nosebleed seats. If you want floor seats – or if you’re shopping for tickets at a popular venue – the average price for Disclosure concert tickets starts from a few hundred dollars.
How to buy Disclosure tickets?
Disclosure ticket prices will likely be pretty high if purchased directly from the box office. That means the best way to buy cheap Disclosure concert tickets is through an online ticket marketplace.
Ticket marketplaces like Gametime are perfect for these types of concerts because we put you in contact with resellers looking to move seats at a relative bargain. It’s the safest and most affordable way to get the best price for Disclosure tickets.
What’s the Disclosure tour setlist?
You never know what’s going to happen at a Disclosure concert, but here’s the average setlist for 2019 Evolution tour:
- When a Fire Starts to Burn
- F for You
- Running (Jessie Ware cover)
- Holding On
- White Noise
- Help Me Lose My Mind
- Music Sounds Better With You (Stardust cover)
- You & Me
How long is a Disclosure concert?
With such an epic setlist, you can expect Disclosure’s performance to last for around three hours from start to finish. Expect up to 20 songs during the show, plus at least one encore.
How much are Disclosure floor seats?
The best way to see Disclosure live is up close and personal from the floor, but these seats are generally quite expensive. If you’re on a budget like most of us, you can always wait until the last minute in hopes that Disclosure ticket prices will go down. Resellers will often drop prices on any remaining tickets as the event date approaches in order to move their inventory, so waiting it out can pay off big time. Of course, if you find great seats in your price range now, jump on it – you never know what can happen as demand changes over time!