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Walt Disco have released a new 7" single, 'Dancing Shoes'

It's out via Sports Team's record label, Holm Front Records.
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Published: 5:12 pm, September 24, 2019
Walt Disco have released a new 7" single, 'Dancing Shoes'

Walt Disco have released a new 7" single, 'Dancing Shoes'.

Out now via Sports Team's record label Holm Front Records, it's billed as "a celebration of who we are and of other queer artists in Glasgow".

“I wrote Dancing Shoes about a year and a half ago," singer James Potter explains. "It was during a time in my life where I was really struggling to deal with noticing pain and depression within my immediate family and found it difficult to talk about, so I used the writing of this song as therapy. It is very sad but I feel better now it’s written and hope others can take comfort from the song too.”

Check out 'Dancing Shoes' below.

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