29 Jun 2014 West Holts Stage
Disclosure on the West Holts stage
Adding fuel to the flames
Glastonbury will mark a year since Guy and Howard Lawrence's first album Settle hit the charts, which debuted at number 1 and gained nods from the Mercury Music Prize and a Grammy, plus a near perfect 9.1 score from Pitchfork. They joined Zane Lowe and B Traits at the festival last year, for a very special set on the BBC Introducing stage in Silver Hayes.
Collaborating with some of the most up-and-coming names, including Jessie Ware, Sam Smith and RnB legend Mary J Blige, the brothers inspired by Burial and Joy Orbison update late 90's two-step to create the soundtrack for this generation of ravers. Borrowing styles and voices from a variety of sources, Disclosure have the impressive knack of knowing what music we are going to love before we do. Emily Eavis promised this year would hold big things for them at Glasto, and a coveted slot on Worthy Farm seems sure to deliver.