Disclosure will return to North America this spring for its second headline tour in support of Caracal, which received a GRAMMY nomination for Best Dance/Electronic Album.
The run, which will kick off on April 6 at Auditorio Banamex in Monterrey, Mexico, will include evenings at Revention Music Center in Houston (May 10), Colorado’s Red Rocks Amphitheatre (May 17) and Bill Graham Civic Auditorium in San Francisco (May 20). The U.K. duo – comprising brothers Guy and Howard Lawrence – will also perform at numerous festivals, including Coachella, Sasquatch, Boston Calling and Firefly. Disclosure’s fall 2015 tour – their largest production yet – opened at Los Angeles Memorial Sports Arena and wrapped up at New York City’s Madison Square Garden. While in the States, they made their “Saturday Night Live” debut, performing two tracks from Caracal.
Caracal, Disclosure’s sophomore album, debuted at No. 1 on the Official Albums chart in the U.K. and within the Top 10 of the Billboard 200. Singles “Holding On” featuring Gregory Porter and “Omen” featuring Sam Smith topped Billboard’s Dance Club Songs chart. “Magnets” featuring Lorde is currently climbing multiple charts and was named one of the best songs of 2015 by Rolling Stone. Other featured artists on the album include The Weeknd, Miguel, Lion Babe, Nao and Kwabs. Caracal is the follow-up to Disclosure’s 2013 debut, Settle, which also topped the U.K. Albums chart and was nominated for a GRAMMY.
Rolling Stone hailed Caracal as “lush…the crown jewel of a year in which they’ve moved steadily inward from pop’s cutting edge to its glittering center.” The New York Times noted, “‘Caracal’… includes collaborations with the sort of deeply resonant vocalists that have become a Disclosure staple.” USA Today praised “Magnets” featuring Lorde as “hypnotic” and “Nocturnal” featuring The Weeknd as “sleek.”