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Disclosure Document a Romantic European Trip in Gorgeous ‘You & Me’ Video

'Disclosure: The Singles' lands on April 30 via Interscope

Disclosure can do no wrong lately, and that goes for the U.K. dance producers’ videos, too. Brother duo Guy and Howard Lawrence have found — and mastered — a sweet spot between spacious ’10s post-dubstep pop (the xx, SBTRKT, Jessie Ware), jittery turn-of-the-millennium London 2-step garage, and slinky ’90s U.S. R&B. Latest single “You & Me,” featuring British singer Eliza Doolittle, is of a piece with previous tracks “White Noise” and “Latch,” but this one’s more wistfully love-buzzed: They’re not latching on to us, they’re letting us in.

The videos for those two previous tracks were enthralling, whether the security-guard dance moves of “White Noise” or the slow-motion intimacy of “Latch,” and the new clip for “You & Me” only ratchets up the excitement, following a young couple on a dildo-and-all journey through Europe. It’s full of details that sell us on the touching reality of this couple’s romance, and we won’t spoil it for you any more. “You & Me” is on a singles EP due out April 30 via Interscope and will also appear on debut LP Settle, due out in the U.K. on June 3.

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