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Walt Disco


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Unlearning, the breathtaking debut from Glasgow’s Walt Disco, is steeped in metamorphoses, a stage show in two acts.

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The Warping


  1. Seed
  2. Gnomes
  3. Come Undone
  4. The Warping
  5. You Make Me Feel So Dumb
  6. Pearl
  7. Black Chocolate
  8. Jocelyn
  9. The Captain
  10. Weeping Willow
  11. I Will Travel
  12. Before The Walls

Walt Disco

The Warping

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    Released: 14th Jun 2024

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    Released: 14th Jun 2024

  • cd

    Released: 14th Jun 2024

  • limited indies only "orchid blush" lp in gatefold sleeve with alternate cover (1000 only)

    Released: 14th Jun 2024


The Glaswegians' second outing is a marvel of expansive dramatics - musically they've pushed the boat out way beyond the already broad horizons of 'Unlearning', bringing in elements of glam, New Romantic, and a good spread of bombastic indie pop for good measure too - it's a polychromatic wide screen adventure that buries little bits of itself beneath your skin with every spin.

The band hold a mirror up to many shifting faces, once again welcoming the listener into a theatrical world, at once euphoric and unsettling. 'The Warping' makes permeable the barriers of time and self, passing back and forth between memory and the future, calling out to younger selves and imagined identities. We’re not in Kansas anymore. Taking the cinematic glam of their debut and pushing it further, the band brought in classically trained orchestral musicians. Sonically, the horns, woodwind and swelling string sections lend an entirely new level to the Walt Disco sound - one that feels both fantastically organic and technically accomplished. While the foundations were laid during pre-album recording sessions at Phil Manzanera of Roxy Music’s studio the songs themselves largely come together in collaboration. In comparison to the ‘Frankensteined’ recording process for Unlearning, stitched together across a digital divide of necessity during lockdown,

'The Warping' was co-produced by the band and Chris McCrory, with engineering from The Vale studios’ Chris D’Adda, and the instrumentation is almost entirely analogue. Deft lyricism takes in deeply personal issues and writes them large, transposing feelings of envy, fear, joy and hope out of individual experiences. Yearning for another self is a recurring dream on 'The Warping', as they explore gender dysphoria and envy with radical honesty, accepting them as two tangled threads in the same experience. The world, the band note, can feel like a hostile environment at the moment - especially for queer people, trans people, or anyone who is different. But they aren’t going to let that stop them. Jocelyn agrees. ‘If I’m beaten down by it, I’m not going to be able to pay it forward and act accordingly,’ they say. On 'The Warping', every moment changes with just a trick of the light.