The British duo, composed of brothers Howard and Guy Lawrence, have returned after a small hiatus from music.
Disclosure took fans by surprise earlier this week, when they dropped the disco-influenced "Ecstasy" during their live "Kitchen Mix" set on YouTube.
Shortly after the electronic music duo unveiled "Tondo," which notably samples the 2019 hit "Tondoho Mba" by Cameroonian artist Eko Roosevelt.
"Over the past few years, we have been exploring more and more African genres of music. This specific track samples the great Cameroonian musician Eko Roosevelt. If this track is anything, it's fast, punchy & above all... fun," the Lawrence brothers said of the single in a statement.
Disclosure have since continued their rollout with their latest and third single of the week, "Expressing What Matters."
Much like "Ecstasy" and "Tondo," the upbeat song draws inspiration from Boz Scaggs's Grammy award-winning hit "Lowdown" from his 1976 album "Silk Degrees."
In a statement, the Lawrence brothers opened up about the genesis of "Expressing What Matters."
"We really wanted to try and focus in on those wonderful backing vocals that permeate through the original & give it such soul. They ended up becoming the focal point of the entire track.. bring chopped and skewed to their limit. The whole thing was one big audio science experiment for us," they explained.
Disclosure still have to announce whether the newly-issued "Ecstasy," "Tondo" and "Expressing What Matters" will appear on their forthcoming third studio album.
Last August, the brothers revealed that they had written over 100 songs in recent years, without mentioning how many will feature on their third studio opus.
Although details about the follow-up to 2015's "Caracal" are scarce, fans speculate that the long-awaited album could arrive sooner than expected.
Indeed, the duo announced their seventh EP, "Moonlight," by releasing five singles over the course of a week in August 2018.
According to UDiscoverMusic, Disclosure have recently teased a forthcoming world tour in a fan newsletter, though no dates have yet been announced.
In the meantime, discover "Expressing What Matters":