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Song

Omen featuring Sam Smith

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Omen featuring Sam Smith

Disclosure

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Label: Capitol Records (US1A)
Two years after their debut album rewrote the relationship between pop and dance music, swapping deep-house moodiness for EDM bombast and introducing a singer named Sam Smith to the world in the process, Disclosure return with a follow-up that runs even deeper. Slinky beats fuel clubbier cuts like "Jaded" and "Echoes," but the album's heart beats at a slower, woozier tempo, yielding moody R&B highlights featuring The Weeknd, Miguel and newcomers Nao and Kwabs. And Lorde brings smoky presence to "Magnets," balancing the brothers' billowing synths with just the right amount of grit.

About This Album

Two years after their debut album rewrote the relationship between pop and dance music, swapping deep-house moodiness for EDM bombast and introducing a singer named Sam Smith to the world in the process, Disclosure return with a follow-up that runs even deeper. Slinky beats fuel clubbier cuts like "Jaded" and "Echoes," but the album's heart beats at a slower, woozier tempo, yielding moody R&B highlights featuring The Weeknd, Miguel and newcomers Nao and Kwabs. And Lorde brings smoky presence to "Magnets," balancing the brothers' billowing synths with just the right amount of grit.

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About This Album

Two years after their debut album rewrote the relationship between pop and dance music, swapping deep-house moodiness for EDM bombast and introducing a singer named Sam Smith to the world in the process, Disclosure return with a follow-up that runs even deeper. Slinky beats fuel clubbier cuts like "Jaded" and "Echoes," but the album's heart beats at a slower, woozier tempo, yielding moody R&B highlights featuring The Weeknd, Miguel and newcomers Nao and Kwabs. And Lorde brings smoky presence to "Magnets," balancing the brothers' billowing synths with just the right amount of grit.