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Walt Disco have released their new tune, 'Cut Your Hair'

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Published: 2:09 pm, May 08, 2020
Walt Disco have released their new tune, 'Cut Your Hair'

Walt Disco have released their new tune, 'Cut Your hair'.

The track arrives accompanied by a video filmed in isolation in their shared Glasgow flat, and is set to appear on an upcoming EP due later this year. It's not about a self-chop during lockdown, though.

Singer James Power says: “'Cut Your Hair' was written as a wee fun jibe at people passing judgement to those who are just being themselves. I think older generations can learn a lot from us YOUNG HARD AND HANDSOME folk. I mean our generation are the most tolerant and accepting, ever, and we should all aspire to live in a world where self expression and free speech is championed.

“In terms of references when recording, we were listening to so much female, queer pop and dance music, we wanted the tempo and whole feel of the song to get people moving. Not only do we love this music but we also want to be a band for 2020 and the future, so we wanted to move away from the sounds of the new wave bands that inspired our formation and songwriting.”

Give it a watch below, and catch the band on tour this September.

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