The drum and bass quartet - comprised of Kesi Dryden, Amir Amor, Piers Agget and DJ Locksmith - have revealed they're eager to collaborate with the duo having been friends for such a long time but admitted mixing business with pals could prove fatal for their friendship.
Asked if they're planning to work with the pair, Piers exclusively told BANG Showbiz: ''Why not? We're good friends with them so yeah.''
But DJ Locksmith added: ''I'm kind of scared about going into the studio together with them because I feel like it might break our friendship.''
The group - who released their second studio album 'We The Generation' last week - have previously worked with them by developing Wild Life festival in Brighton, south England, so revealed it's only a matter of time before they collaborate with their music too.
Amir explained: ''We did our own festival, Wild Life, and it's something we've been talking about with Disclosure for a long time, and we haven't even got into the studio together yet but we ended up doing a festival together. So that was really exciting and we're hoping to carry that on forever.''
Piers added: ''With us and them, we kind of came up together and we're of the same producer/artist ilk so I think it would be fun.''
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