the band are firing on all 'pop not pop’ cylinders for their second glorious celebration of old & new school dancefloor togetherness.
music and dancing is one of the last great unifiers that we have. it doesn’t discriminate, it doesn’t care about race, sexual preferences, religion or what side of the fence you are on politically. music chooses you and you just have to submit yourself to its peculiar yet tender headlock! ‘don’t diss the disco’ is about that. it references studio 54, grace jones & bianca jagger on a white horse - but it’s mainly about clubs where we and our friends frequent like ‘homoelectric in manchester. a must for fans of confidence man, jar vis and warmduscher. “a masterclass in melding banging tunes and social commentary” - louder than war.