British dance music icons Disclosure have a new album that’s set to drop very soon and the duo have treated fans to a special livestream performance from a remote national park in Croatia.
The live stream saw the Lawrence brothers touch down in Croatia’s Plitvice Lakes National Park for a set produced by Paris-based event organiser and broadcasting group Cercle.
Produced in partnership with Amazon Music, the almost two hour set features music from Disclosure‘s forthcoming LP, Energy. Out August 28.
With a new album imminent and traditional shows off the table, Disclosure got creative with a livestream performance in a remote and stunning natural location.
Yesterday (Aug. 17), the Lawrence brothers touched down in Croatia’s Plitvice Lakes National Park for a set produced by Cercle, the Paris-based event organiser and broadcasting group that hosts shows in far-flung locations around the world.
The set at Plitvice Lakes National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site famous for its cascading lakes, was the latest from Cercle, which since its 2016 launch has made a name for itself through a series of livestreams featuring dance world stars like ZHU, Solomun, Amelie Lens and many more playing in locations like Omnia Bali, the Eiffel Tower and a remote Bolivian salt flat.
Relive the full live performance from Disclosure below!