Disclosure have written "over 100 songs" while working on their new album.
Speaking in an interview on triple j radio show Drive, one half of the duo, Howard Lawrence, told hosts Veronica and Lewis that the pair had "been working on this music for like two years now and we're getting to a point where we are almost happy... We've been at that 'almost stage' for a while now".
Howard also stated that although the tracklist is yet to be decided, he and brother Guy have written more than "100 songs over the past couple of years" for the album.
In 2018, Disclosure released three stand-alone singles, 'Moonlight', 'Where Angels Fear To Tread' and 'Ultimatum', and earlier this year dropped their collaboration with Khalid, 'Talk'.
The duo also shared that new album, which the duo originally announced in 2018, is set to be released by the end of this year or early 2020.
Listen back to the triple j interview here.
Disclosure will play this year's Autumn/Winter season at The Warehouse Project, alongside Maribou State, Annie Mac and Denis Sulta.