English dance duo Disclosure drew a sea of people to the Honda stage during its mid-afternoon on Saturday (June 7) at Governors Ball in New York.
The two-piece of brothers Guy and Howard Lawrence stood behind their individual DJ stands and performed the majority of their Grammy-nominated debut album, "Settle," from 2013, and new single “The Mechanism.”
The set launched with “F For You,” sans featured guest Mary J. Blige. Disclosure, which has been touring nonstop, seemed more relax during the Governors Ball performance than past shows.
Midway through their set, Disclosure brought out AlunaGeorge for “White Noise,” which hyped up the crowd. AlunaGeorge was scheduled to perform a solo set on Sunday — perhaps Disclosure can return the favor.
Disclosure seems to have a fan in Madonna, who posted an Instagram photo of her and the duo backstage at Governors Ball. "Been promoted to head of security for Disclosure! #hawt #talent #surrey,” she wrote. (Wouldn’t a Disclosure + Madonna collaboration be addictive? We can hear it already.
As previously reported, the brothers will soon make a "Settle" sequel after additional live performances -- this time with heady expectations intact. "In late September we'll drop off the map and work on our second album," Lawrence told Billboard.