Listen To The Disciples Funky New House Track “All Mine” With Eyelar

UK trio the Disciples are back and proving they are stronger than ever in 2019. Two huge productions and touring highlights including Tomorrowland and playing alongside Calvin Harris in Ibiza at his Ushuaia residency. Now teaming up with fellow Londoner, singer-songwriter Eyelar they grace us with a house laden anthem called “All Mine.”

The record is Disciples second single in 2019, following the heavily played ‘No Ties’ which has to date clocked up streams in the millions and collected a wave of DJ support. On ‘All Mine’, Disciples shower us with a deep, clubby baseline, funky vocoders, and catchy melodies – thanks to Eyelar‘s silky vocals. In summary, it’s a perfect party starter.

“All Mine is one of those records that comes around spontaneously. You could do a million sessions with songwriters, but when you get in with someone you connect with, and who shares the same feelings towards a situation you’re both going through… well, All Mine happens.” – Disciples

Already catching the attention of some of the most important curators, it has had additions to the UK’s New Music Friday as well as tastemaker dance playlists on Spotify such as Massive Dance Hits, Cratediggers and Dance Paradise. Meanwhile, Jax Jones featured it as his “Fire In The Oven” track on Beats1 and the release received early support from Billboard.

The Disciple’s are no stranger to a hit, the trio has long been known for their unique production abilities, with tracks like “On My Mind” and “How Deep Is Your Love” accumulating hundreds of millions of streams. Now “All Mine” is front and centre and surely has the potential to reach similar heights.

Stream “All Mine” via Parlaphone / FFRR

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