Car Seat Headrest Shares Video For ‘Vincent’ From ‘Teens of Denial’

New Album Teens of Denial  Out Spring 2016.

Car Seat Headrest, otherwise known as Will Toledo, has shared his first single since the release of his first album for Matador Records Teens of Style, released last year. The track, named ‘Vincent’, and its accompanying video explore the often depressing party scene of much 20 somethings from the point of view of a hungover young gentleman on the verge of adulthood. Check out lyrical annotations by Will Toledo himself on Genius.

“Fighting to hold one’s place in the crowd, to hold one’s drink,” says Will of the song. “It’s about shouting to be heard, but what’s the point, no one’s saying anything worth listening to.  It’s about wanting to leave but not wanting to go home. The music is too loud.”

Tour Dates:

2/23 – The Victoria – London, UK
2/25 – L’Antipode MJC – Rennes, FR
2/27 – La Malterie – Lille, FR
2/28 – Paridiso Kleine Zaal – Amsterdam, NL
3/14 – 3/19 – SXSW – Austin, TX
3/25 – Wonder Ballroom – Portland, OR
3/26 – Neptune Theatre – Seattle, WA
3/27 – The Cobalt – Vancouver, BC
3/13 – Rickshaw Stop – San Francisco, CA
6/1-6/5 – Primavera Sound Festival – Barcelona, ES
6/3 – Paloma – Nimes, FR
6/9 – NOS Primavera Sound Porto – Porto, PT
7/16 – Pitchfork Music Festival – Chicago, IL
7/22 – Capital Hill Block Party – Seattle, WA

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