Disclosure: Not about glamorising drugs in any way
Disclosure have said they're "not about glamorising drugs in any way".
It comes after the video for the duo's latest single, Help Me Lose My Mind, was taken offline by their label after complaints.
In an interview with Revolt TV, Guy Lawrence said: "The video doesn't actually contain anyone doing drugs.
"We didn't want to offend anyone or upset anyone."
The song, which features London Grammar singer Hannah Reid, is currently on the Radio 1 playlist.
It's taken from Disclosure's debut album, Settle, which reached number one in the Official UK album chart when it was released in June and is nominated for this year's Mercury Prize.
Guy, 22, said the Help Me Lose My Mind video was taken down while they were asleep, but they ultimately agreed with the decision.
"I would have done the same thing," he said.
"Although the video doesn't explicitly show that (drug use), if that's how people are feeling about it then it's fine to take it down. It's not a big deal to us."
The record label PMR say they don't know when a new video will be available.
"Music videos aren't our thing. We make songs. We're not producers or directors," said Guy.
"I never watch music videos, ever. I buy records. It's not my thing."
Howard, 19, added: "It's not something we really feel passionately about."
Disclosure are due to tour the UK in November.
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