Alexandra Palace played returning host to Disclosure, in the second of a three night run for the electronic dance duo.
White Noise opened the set and immediately threw the sold out 7,300 capacity audience into a frenzy, proving why it’s one of the Lawrence brothers’ ‘favourite venues to play’.
In support of latest album Caracal – released in September this year – tracks such as Jaded, Magnets and Nocturnalwere performed, though the highlights of the gig came when the band played songs from their debut album, Settle.F for You and When A Fire Starts to Burn received a great reception, showing just how hard it is to live up to the great debut album.
Bang That brought some Ibiza spirit to London with the entire audience dancing in sync to an understated track from the latest deluxe version of the album.
The night was packed with special guests – with Eliza Doolittle, Kwabs and Lion Babe making appearances throughout the night. However, guest Brandon Riley – who most of the audience hadn’t heard of beforehand – came on for the encore of Moving Mountains. Riley blew the audience away with his stunning vocal range, making quite the impression during his three-minute appearance.
The duo closed their set with Latch, the song that features Sam Smith and made the brothers prominent to the mainstream charts. With such a stunning venue, fans were able to truly appreciate Disclosure’s music, proving how the Surrey born brothers can turn their hands to pretty much anything and make a successful dance track.
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