Disclosure - Feel Like I Do Feat. Al Green [New Song]

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Disclosure surprise us with some summer vibes.

It’s difficult to imagine summer without new Disclosure, and the UK production duo apparently feel the same. They’ve announced a surprise EP that will be released tomorrow, titled Moog For Love. “Feel Like I Do” is just one of the tracks they’ve released today from the EP.

While the song “features” Al Green, it’s actually a sample from his song “I’m Still In Love With You,” originally released in 1972. The song scales back the club-influence, instead going for a very mellow house vibe – a wise choice considering the vocal sample used. Classic horn and string samples break up the shuffling bass and drums that make up the song’s rhythmic backbone. Throw this one on during a warm summer afternoon for instant relaxation.

"Moog For Love"

"BOSS"

[via Pitchfork]

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Feel Like I Do

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Disclosure surprise us with some summer vibes.


It’s difficult to imagine summer without new Disclosure, and the UK production duo apparently feel the same. They’ve announced a surprise EP that will be released tomorrow, titled Moog For Love. “Feel Like I Do” is just one of the tracks they’ve released today from the EP.

While the song “features” Al Green, it’s actually a sample from his song “I’m Still In Love With You,” originally released in 1972. The song scales back the club-influence, instead going for a very mellow house vibe – a wise choice considering the vocal sample used. Classic horn and string samples break up the shuffling bass and drums that make up the song’s rhythmic backbone. Throw this one on during a warm summer afternoon for instant relaxation.

"Moog For Love"

"BOSS"

[via Pitchfork]

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