Glasgow’s Walt Disco today release brand new single and video “Come Undone” via Lucky Number, the fourth track to emerge from their forthcoming second album The Warping, out June 14th. Co-written with labelmate Jessica Winter, the standout single is accompanied by a striking, highly stylised video inspired by German expressionist cinema and directed by Kasparas Vidunas and Eric J. Liddle.

Walt Disco are also to headline the launch event for Charles Jeffrey’s ‘The Lore Of Loverboy’ exhibition at Somerset House on June 19th, building on the band’s longstanding collaborative relationship with the leading Scottish designer. Further, having supported OMD across Europe and the UK this spring, Walt Disco will join them again for a full North American tour in the autumn, alongside summer festivals including Mighty Hoopla and a November headline UK and European tour. 

““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”, the band’s ‘cynical disco banger’ “You Make Me Feel So Dumb” and their wistful comeback single “Pearl”.

Written on both sides of the Atlantic, from Los Angeles and Austin to Glasgow and London, ‘The Warping’ is a significant step forward from a band who have already seen strong success with debut album Unlearning. On The Warping, 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.

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. 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.

Speaking about the new album the band explain “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.”

They continue; “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. 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 Glasgow 5-piece picked up nominations for the Scottish Album of the Year (SAY) Award and AIM Independent Album of the Year. The band have performed at Glastonbury, Latitude, Austin City Limits and SXSW festivals, headlined their first US shows in NYC and LA and supported HMLTD and Nation of Language. 

Walt Disco also ticked off some bucket list moments; be it opening for both Simple Minds and Duran Duran, as well as Primal Scream’s Screamadelica Tour, or Tilda Swinton calling them her favourite new band. The band’s singer Jocelyn Si narrated the short film ‘Christopher at Sea’, about queer identity and self-discovery, which showcased at the Venice Film Festival and Cannes. The band also featured within a Christian Louboutin campaign that sought to challenge the gender binary applied to clothing and footwear as well as performing in Paris at the Louboutin event for Paris Fashion Week. 

Pre-order/pre-save The Warping here: https://found.ee/thewarping

‘The Warping’ Tracklist:

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


10/11/24 – Leeds, UK – The Wardrobe
11/11/24 – Manchester, UK – YES 
13/11/24 – Nottingham, UK – Bodega
14/11/24 – Birmingham, UK – Institute 3
15/11/24 – Bristol, UK – Rough Trade
16/11/24 – Brighton, UK – Dust
18/11/24 – Hamburg, Germany – Nochtspeicher
19/11/24 – Cologne, Germany – Blue Shell
21/11/24 – Frankfurt, Germany – Brotfrabik
22/11/24 – Berlin, Germany – Prachtwerk
23/11/24 – Amsterdam, The Netherlands – Bitterzoet
26/11/24 – Paris, France – Hasard Ludique
28/11/24 – London, UK – Bush Hall
29/11/24 – Newcastle, UK – Zerox
30/11/24 – Glasgow, UK – SWG3 Warehouse


09/09/24 – Seattle, WA – Moore Theatre
11/09/24 – Vancouver BC – Orpheum
12/09/24 – Seattle WA – Moore Theatre
13/09/24 – Portland OR – Roseland Theater
15/09/24 – Oakland CA – Fox Theater
17/09/24 – Las Vegas NV – House of Blues
19/09/24 – Los Angeles CA – Greek Theatre
20/09/24 – Los Angeles CA – Greek Theatre
21/09/24 – San Diego CA – Balboa Theatre
24/09/24 – Salt Lake City UT – Union Events Center
25/09/24 – Denver CO – Paramount Theatre
27/09/24 – Dallas TX – Majestic Theater
28/09/24 – Austin TX – The Moody Theater @ ACL Live
29/09/24 – Houston TX – Bayou Music Center
4/10/24 – Minneapolis MN – First Avenue
5/10/24 – Chicago IL – Riviera Theatre
6/10/24 – Royal Oak MI – Royal Oak Music Theatre
8/10/24 – Toronto ON – History
9/10/24 – Cleveland OH – House of Blues
10/10/24 – New York NY – Terminal 5
12/10/24 – Huntington NY – The Paramount
13/10/24 – Boston MA – House of Blues
15/10/24 – Glenside PA – Keswick Theatre
16/10/24 – Washington DC – Lincoln Theatre
18/10/24- Atlanta GA – Buckhead Theater
19/10/24 – Orlando FL – The Plaza Live
20/10/24 – St Petersburg FL – Jannus Live

Festival dates

20/05/24 –  Leipzig, Germany, Wave Gotik Treffen
01/06/24- Leeds, UK – This Must Be The Place All Dayer 
02/06/24 – London, UK – Mighty Hoopla
9+10/06/24 -Christiania, Copenhagen, Denmark –  Frigjort Festival