Walt Disco’s ‘Come Undone’ Is A “Lonely Party Song”

Penned alongside Jessica Winter...

Walt Disco return with new single ‘Come Undone’.

The band’s ambitious new album ‘The Warping’ lands on June 14th, an ambitious cycle of art-pop that explores – in their own words – “themes of change, growth and dealing with the complex struggles that feature in anyone’s life.”

Set to play the launch of Charles Jeffrey’s The Lore Of Loverboy exhibition at Somerset House, London on June 19th, the band have just shared their new single.

Penned alongside labelmate – and CLASH favourite – Jessica Winter, ‘Come Undone’ is a striking moment on the record. The sound of a band playing by their own rules, it’s a “lonely party song” about feeling isolation within a community of people.

Out now, the single is equipped with a new video shot by Kasparas Vidunas and Eric J. Liddle, and informed by German expressionist cinema.

Walt Disco singer Jocelyn Si comments…

‘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…

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.

Tune in now.

Photo Credit: Izzy Leach 

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