Disciples' New Single "Daylight" Is a Deep House Masterclass

The producer trio’s latest is destined for dancefloors worldwide.

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Disciples broke onto the wider scene last year when they linked up with Calvin Harris for the global smash hit ”How Deep Is Your Love,” and now the South London production trio are stepping out and taking full advantage of the hype. The group’s new single “Daylight” is destined for dancefloors worldwide with its classic deep house beat, irresistible vocal hook and booming bass lines. Drawing from the same well as their heavy-hitting David Guetta collaboration “No Worries,” it’s becoming more and more evident that “How Deep Is Your Love” was anything but a fluke for these three musical geniuses. Stream “Daylight” below.

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