Disq have announced their second album, ‘Desperately Imagining Someplace Quiet’

Set for release on 7th October, the news comes alongside a new track, 'Cujo Kiddies'.

Disq have announced their second album, ‘Desperately Imagining Someplace Quiet’.

Set for release on 7th October, the news comes alongside a new track, ‘Cujo Kiddies’.

Vocalist and bassist Raina Bock explains: “I wanted to make a song that sounded like a freight train full of clowns and silly toys, barreling through the dark, observing and taking note of the various gloomy landscapes of my brain (without dwelling too long or taking any of it too seriously).

“I wrote the first half of “Cujo” from deep inside the hole of substance abuse and loneliness. The song was meant to function as a blueprint for how I wished my reality could look. Six months later, sitting in an ocean of boxes all packed up for what would be my fourth time moving that year, I wrote the second half.

“The experience inspired what I hope to be my lifelong approach to songwriting going forward… To write songs not with the goal of reflecting on where I am at a given moment, but as a tool to pull myself out of the way things are and toward the way I’d like them to be.

“I wrote ‘Cujo Kiddies’ for nobody else’s ears but my own, so while it is now making its way out into a strange world where I am not the only living person on earth, I truly from the bottom of my heart hope you all enjoy— but if you don’t, rest easy in knowing that it is no skin off the author’s back either way. This song has already done everything I could have ever hoped it would.”

‘Desperately Imagining Someplace Quiet’ follows up on 2020’s debut album ‘Collector’. The tracklisting reads:

Civilization Four
Prize Contest Life
Cujo Kiddies
This Time
The Curtain
The Hardest Part
If Only
Charley Chimp
Tightrope
(With Respect To) Loyal Serfs
Meant To Be
Hitting A Nail With A BB Gun

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