UK band Walt Disco has unveiled their much-anticipated debut EP Young Hard and Handsome today. The record is peppered with elements of 80s New Wave while also showcasing their own progressive flair. Enjoy:
On their EP, the band shared: “‘Cut Your Hair’ and ‘Hey Boy’ have always felt like big songs ever since we wrote them, so they made sense as singles, but I think we all genuinely love the other tracks equally and they only showcase more of our range of songwriting, fun production and lyrical themes. It’s definitely a signal of the direction we’re continuing to take going forward. We’re really excited to have this body of work out as a physical release, and it was a joy to work with producer Thomas McNeice (Gang of Four) and with Ally Scott (Lucia and The Best Boys) on art direction.”
Young Hard and Handsome is out now via Blood Records.
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