Disclosure, CARACAL:

album review
Disclosure, CARACAL ★★★1/2
In their second instalment the boys again deliver  on the catchy sounds and toe-tapping beats we have come to expect from the duo. Employing the infectious sounds of some of pop’s biggest names (yet ones who are still respected critically) they build on the industry of neo-house meets pop their first album catapulted them into. Some songs sound like any other club anthems lacking some of the ‘fire’ of settle and yet they’re redeemed by Lorde’s collaboration ‘magnets’ and the head bopping nature of ‘holding on’ featuring Gregory Porter. In the mode of ‘if its not broken why fix it?’ Caracal is familiar to Settle in its composition which is forgiven due its enjoyable nature.

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