Back in February, Disclosure siblings and group members Guy and Howard Lawrence recently took the next step in their careers by starting up their own imprint. After the duo released their debut LP on Interscope’s Cherrytree Records, they have picked a peculiar name of their own label —Method White. The two finally emerged once again on the production front when they released "Bang That," the first taste of the forthcoming follow-up album to their hit 2013 LP Settle. The duo, in a note to the fans on the track’s Souncloud page writes, “As work speedily progresses on our next record, we wanted to give you guys something for the summer. Been playing this one in our DJ sets for a while now and couldn’t resist putting it up! Hope you enjoy… So much more on the way!”

Now, we have gotten another preview of the album, which comes in the form of the album's first single, "Holding On," a track alongside New York-based Jazz/Soul vocalist Gregory Porter. The track supplies the kind of dance-y garage-influenced sound they exhibited on Settle. Fans of the group will be pleased to know that it doesn't seem they'l be straying far from the sound that has made them famous, thanks to hit tracks like "Latch" and "White Noise," which have certainly become fan-favorites in the dance scene. As we await the arrival of the new album, this track is one that will hold over their fan base, while hinting at the greatness that awaits the official release. "Holding On" is now available for stream on Spotify, and for purchase on iTunes via Island Records.