Disclosure releases “Omen” ahead of “Caracal”

Cover art of "Caracal" by Disclosure. Album includes their current single "Omen (feat. Sam Smith)"

Cover art of “Caracal” by Disclosure. Album includes their current single “Omen (feat. Sam Smith)”. Photo source: The Official Disclosure Store / Island Records, a division of Universal Music Operations Limited.

British music duo Disclosure released their new single “Omen“. It’s a collaboration with the English singer-songwriter Sam Smith and the song is huge success. The official music video of “Omen” is already watched nearly three million times on YouTube within 2 days and the song is currently in the iTunes Top 200 Song of 43 countries.

Omen” is the second single of Disclosure’s sophomore studio album “Caracal” which is scheduled to be released on September 25th, 2015. Disclosure’s previous single “Holding On (feat. Gregory Porter)” is included in the album too. The pre-order of “Caracal” is in the iTunes top 200 Albums of 28 countries around the world.

Disclosure is a British music duo consisting of the brothers Guy and Howard Lawrence. In 2010 they released their debut single “Offline Dexterity” but their first success came in 2012 when they released the double single “Tenderly / Flow” which gained significant radio support. Later that year they released “Latch (feat. Sam Smith)” which became their first international hit single. In 2013 they released their debut album “Settle” which became a huge success all over the world.

Some notable single releases by Disclosure are “Latch (feat. Sam Smith)”, “White Noise (feat. AlunaGeorge)”, “You & Me (feat. Eliza Doolittle)”, “F for You”, “Help Me Lose My Mind (feat. London Grammar)” and “Holding On (feat. Gregory Porter).

“Omen (feat. Sam Smith)” is available on Deezer, iTunes and Spotify.

“Caracal (Deluxe)” is available as pre-order on The Official Disclosure Store (as CD) and iTunes (as digital download).

Disclosure – Omen (feat. Sam Smith)

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