Also watch the band on 'Fallon'.
Car Seat Headrest have been touring for most of the year so far in support of new album Teens of Denial, and they’re extending those dates well into the fall. Check out the band’s upcoming tour dates below. Car Seat Headrest tour dates: 7/28 – Victoria, BC – Eventide Victoria 8/20 – Omaha, NE – […]
This week, we assembled a list of our 30 favorite records of 2016 so far. It covers a lot of ground, featuring records we enjoyed by artists in a long list of styles and genres: Hip-hop, metal, punk, hardcore, R&B, jazz (sort of), electronic, country and even good old fashioned rock ‘n’ roll. We considered […]
Every June, Treble’s writers convene in a dark room to take stock of the chaos of the previous six months. Which albums will we be listening to in five years? Which albums made the biggest statements? Which albums will forever change the course of pop music history? We don’t find the answers to any of […]
A week before its release, physical copies of Car Seat Headrest’s Teens of Denial were pulled from retail and destroyed over a copyright dispute with The Cars’ Ric Ocasek. The album featured a song called “Just What I Needed/Not Just What I Needed,” which featured elements of The Cars’ song “Just What I Needed,” which […]
Will Toledo's first full-band album for Matador Records is a coming-of-age odyssey.
Car Seat Headrest‘s new album Teens of Denial is out today via Matador, though only in digital form—physical copies were recalled last week. However, the newly pressed LPs will be released in July. Before that, the Seattle band is taking their epic indie rock on the road with shows lined up throughout North America and […]
Physical copies of Car Seat Headrest‘s Teens of Denial have just been recalled due to an unlicensed Cars sample. The album, originally scheduled for release on May 20 via Matador, featured a song titled “Just What I Needed/Not Just What I Needed,” which featured elements of The Cars’ 1978 hit. However, Matador released a statement […]
Check out the leadoff track from <i>Teens of Denial</i>.
The human experience, in indie rock opera form.
Listen to "Drunk Drivers/Killer Whales."