News Walt Disco announce debut album ‘Unlearning’
Check out new track ‘How Cool Are You?’ now.
Class of 2020 alums and DIY faves Walt Disco have announced that their eagerly-awaited debut album ‘Unlearning’ will be out on 1st April via Lucky Number.
Exploring “flings and romances, identities and bodies and change, profound familial love, and - of course - Hollywood glamour”, the Glasgow group are sharing new single ‘How Cool Are You?’ today.
Teaming up once again with Eric J Liddle and Kasparas Vidunas of Humble Film Productions for the accompanying video, Walt Disco say, “This time we wanted to slip into our skates and paint the rink all the colours of the rainbow, flying in the face of the pouting ‘cool crew’ and showing that coolness shouldn’t come at the cost of having fun and accepting yourself!”
Check it out below.
See Walt Disco live at the following dates:
30 - Glasgow, UK @ St Luke's
31 - Belfast, UK @ Voodoo
01 - Dublin, Ireland @ The Soundhouse
02 - Liverpool, UK @ Jimmy's
04 - Sheffield, UK @ Yellow Arch Studios
05 - Hull, UK @ Tower Ballroom
06 - Newcastle UK @ The Cluny
08 - York, UK @ The Crescent
09 - Leeds, UK @ Hyde Park Book Club
11 - Nottingham, UK @ The Bodega Social Club
12 - Birmingham, UK @ Mama Roux's
13 - Cardiff, UK @ Clwb Ifor Bach
17 - Manchester, UK @ YES
18 - Bristol, UK @ Rough Trade Bristol
20 - London, UK @ Scala
21 - Antwerp, Belgium @ TRIX
22 - Amsterdam, Netherlands @ Paradiso
24 - Cologne, Germany @ MTC
26 - Hamburg, Germany @ Headcrash
27 - Berlin, Germany @ Cassiopeia
28 - Munich, Germany @ Orangehouse
30 - Paris, France @ Point Ephemere
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