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Walt Disco announce their second album, The Warping

12 March 2024, 10:54 | Written by Tyler Damara Kelly

Glasgow’s Walt Disco have announced their forthcoming second album The Warping, alongside new single “You Make Me Feel So Dumb”.

The new track is the second release to be drawn from the new album following their latest single “Pearl” – their first release in two years.

Walt Disco's forthcoming second album was written on both sides of the Atlantic, from Los Angeles and Austin to Glasgow and London. 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.

Speaking about the new album the band explains: "With The Warping, we explore themes of change, growth and dealing with the complex struggles that feature in anyone's life. It feels like our most biographical body of work yet, listening to it now is like looking at a snapshot of a moment in time for us as people and as a band.”

"This album is a roadmap of our vulnerabilities in a way, but it feels good to be so honest with our music and lay everything on the table with both our lyrics and arrangements," they continue. "That acceptance of one's emotions and honesty with oneself is what we'd hope people can take away from listening to The Warping."

Following the release in 2022 of their debut album, Unlearning, the Glaswegian five-piece picked up nominations for the Scottish Album of the Year (SAY) Award and AIM Independent Album of the Year.


  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

The Warping, is set for release on 14 June via Lucky Number, and is available to pre-order now.

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