Surrey twosome Disclosure’s new single is straight up fresh and sassy. Known for their young ages and their “face” leitmotif, Guy and Howard Lawrence (Disclosure) began making their names known last year with the release of “Offline Dexterity” and a handful of vaguely dupsteppy, kinda synth-poppy, and very dancey remixes. Having just signed to PMR Records and planned a North American tour during the sunset of 2012, the Brothers Lawrence also released a taste of their upcoming debut full-length. “Latch”, their newest showing to date, features vocalist Sam Smith, and we feel that it adds an extra layer of soul to their typical deep house revival of R&B vibe. This brotherly duo is surprisingly adept at channeling that melodramatic angst prevalent in the early nineties R&B scene, brought up to date, of course, by today’s craze for vocal looping and pitch-shifting. As is the case with their typical downtempo numbers, Disclosure doesn’t fail to pipe in some of the synth sounds made popular by the Warp Records IDM crowd of old. Do tha right thing, and allow their on-point instrumentation and Sam Smith’s sassy vocals in “Latch” to invigorate you, and keep your nose to the air for the release date of their upcoming full-length next year. Disclosure’s most recent offering, June’s The Face EP, is also available at a very competitive price via iTunes. Either way, though, it is our opinion that Disclosure is currently leading the pack in reviving the euphoric smoothness of classic electronic soul music.