Car Seat Headrest in the news – Sept. 2018

Photo Gallery: Car Seat Headrest at Newport Music Hall in Columbus, Ohio

–Ethan Clewell in The Lantern, Sept. 10, 2018

“Check out photos of Car Seat Headrest‘s show in Chicago with Naked Giants on Friday ”

–Cat Floria on Anchr Magazine, Sept. 10, 2018

“Will Toledo and the boys give the Windy City an epic, sweaty Friday night to remember”

–Heather Kaplan on Consequence of Sound, Sept. 8, 2018

“Car Seat Headrest Performs Show of the Year at First Avenue”

–Cameron Campbell on TwinCitiesMedia.net, Sept. 7, 2018

“Will Toledo has quickly become one of indie rock’s most-talked-about young artists, following up last year’s Matador breakthrough album with one of 2016’s most critically acclaimed releases, ‘Teens of Denial.'”

–Brian McCollum in the Detroit Free Press, Sept. 7, 2018

“The songs were greeted by an entire floor of pogoing fans, whose response transformed them into unifying rallying cries for anyone who needs to feel a part of something special.”

–Erik Thompson on CityPages (Minneapolis), Sept. 6, 2018

“…a prime example of Toledo’s evolution arrived earlier this year in a re-recorded version of 2011’s Twin Fantasy, which takes Toledo’s crude source material from the original release and pushes it into focus with tasteful production.”

–Joel Shanahan on Tone, Sept. 4, 2018

“Best of the Week”

–Chris Riemenschneider in the Minneapolis Star-Tribune, Sept. 1, 2018

Car Seat Headrest in the news – August 2018

“Kicking off their set with fan-favorite ‘Vincent,’ I was reminded of just how epic and huge Car Seat Headrest sound live, channeling an era when indie rock thoughtfulness could co-exist with commercial viability.”

–Philip Obenshain on No Country for New Nashville, August 20, 2018

“Seattle-based Car Seat Headrest…laid out several raw songs documenting young desire and heartbreak.”

–Morgan Yingling on Now Playing Nashville, August 17, 2018

“We saw more than one group of kids conga-lining through the audience during CSR’s undeniable ’16 breakthrough single ‘Fill in the Blank,’ shouting along to its rallying cry ‘You have no right to be depressed!'”

–The Spin on Nashville Scene, August 17, 2018