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Walt Disco Undone

Walt Disco share "Come Undone" which was co-written with Jessica Winter

14 May 2024, 17:00 | Written by Tyler Damara Kelly

Glasgow’s Walt Disco have released “Come Undone” as the fourth track to emerge from their forthcoming second album, The Warping.

Co-written with labelmate Jessica Winter, the single is accompanied by a video inspired by German expressionist cinema and directed by Kasparas Vidunas and Eric J. Liddle.

““Come Undone” is our lonely party song, it’s about the yearning for company, physical touch, and sexuality that is often universally felt by a person who is single.” explains singer Jocelyn Si; “These desires can be briefly satisfied by dates and short flings and, at those times, I’d find I would open up more to these strangers than to friends that I’d known and loved for years. “Nobody sees me the way you perceive me is easy” is quite a ridiculous thing to say about someone you have just met.”

“Come Undone” follows the release of the deeply personal single “Jocelyn”, “You Make Me Feel So Dumb” and their wistful comeback single “Pearl”.

Walt Disco will headline the launch event for Charles Jeffrey’s ‘The Lore Of Loverboy’ exhibition at Somerset House on 19 June, building on the band’s longstanding collaborative relationship with the leading Scottish designer.

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

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