Lorde and Disclosure to perform at Brit Awards 2014
The acts will join Arctic Monkeys, Bastille, Rudimental and Ellie Goulding
Lorde and Disclosure have been confirmed to play at The Brit Awards, it has been confirmed.
Both acts have enjoyed a successful 12 months, rising to fame with breakthrough singles.
They will join other performers on the night including Arctic Monkeys, Bastille, Rudimental and Ellie Goulding.
Lorde, who won two awards including Best Single at the Grammys on Sunday, has had worldwide success with her hit single “Royals”.
Aged just 17, the New Zealander is nominated for International Female Solo Artist at this year’s Brits.
Disclosure’s first album Settle debuted at number one in the UK last year, as well as charting in the top 10 internationally.
The duo has topped the Brit nominations along with fellow performers Bastille, who have been nominated in four different categories.
Disclosure and Bastille will be competing for British Group, British Breakthrough Act, British Single and MasterCard British Album of the Year at the awards on 19 February.
Katy Perry, Bruno Mars and Pharrell Williams will also be performing at the awards ceremony.
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