Car Seat Headrest, aka Will Toledo, has shared its first new track since 2015’s excellent Teens of Style. The accompanying video was directed by Quinn George. The video echoes the track’s lyrical themes, namely the depressing realities of waking up hungover in your 20s - old enough to know better but seemingly incapable of making the right decisions.
Toledo says of the track: “Fighting to hold one's place in the crowd, to hold one's drink. 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.”
“Vincent” is your first taste of the forthcoming album Teens of Denial which is due to be released in late spring.