Dynamic indie-rock with a melancholy undertone
After no less than 11 bandcamp albums, last year the 23-year-old Will Toledo released ‘Teens of Denial’ via Matador. Think: dynamic indie-rock, dry guitar riffs and a decent dose of melancholy. With a seven-member band in tow, the cult singer-songwriter is heading over to Europe to present his new live show.
What’s more, masterpiece ‘Twin Fantasy’ has been re-recorded. The album will be out again on February 16. ‘It was never a finished work’ says Toledo ‘and it wasn’t until last year that I figured out how to finish it.’
For fans of Elvis Depressedly, Parquet Courts, Cloud Nothings, Ty Segall, Preoccupations, iceage
In the press On Car Seat Headrest's first proper new album for Matador, frontman Will Toledo reaffirms that he is ahead of the pack as an imaginative singer-songwriter, capable of crafting dynamic indie rock. – Pitchfork