UK duo Disclosure announced that they will be taking a break from music in 2017.
Revealing the news via a note posted on Twitter on Wednesday (Feb. 9,) the brothers (Guy and Howard Lawarence) said they’re “going to be taking some time out and enjoying some much needed rest.”
The “Latch” hitmakers said they have been working on music since they were teenagers and offered a heartfelt thanks to all their fans for their experiences so far.
Additionally, they say that they’re only going to do a “few special things” this year, including the aforementioned return of Wild Life and several other things they don’t divulge any information about.
In their career so far, the brothers have been nominated for three Grammy awards and four Brit awards and have collaborated with the likes of Sam Smith, Lorde, The Weeknd, Nao and AlunaGeorge.
Moog For Love was Disclosure’s last release, a three track EP, which featured producer Eats Everything and soul legend Al Green,
Read their letter in full below.
— Disclosure (@disclosure) February 8, 2017