This is a homage to childhood years spent in the Scottish Highlands. To mountain biking in Fort William. To nights out in Glasgow and Edinburgh. To the scene and the people. To 'Cha deoch-slàint, i gun a tràghadh.' - 'It's no health if the glass is not emptied.' This is Alex Warren's little nod to Scotland. Disco Halal is delighted to add another genius dancefloor master to the family, Kiwi. 'Pine Marten' opens the EP up, contemplative and majestic, like highlanders preparing for battle. Following up, 'Daubenten's Bat' is a bonafide Disco Halal anthem with indigenous vocals and psychedelic woodwinds. To close the EP, Kiwi reworks 'Pine Marten' into a peak time, italo-infused roller. The highlanders drop their swords, head to Panorama Bar and jig with reckless abandon.