Car Seat Headrest in the news – July 2017

“Over the course of the past year, the album’s steady success has turned Toledo into a rare rock-and-roll breakout star, turning him from just another anonymous kid uploading his songs online to frontman of a band drawing thousands of fans at massive festivals such as Coachella.”

–Briana Younger in The Washington Post, July 30, 2017

“I now understand that while Car Seat Headrest’s music may be rooted in sadness, the sadness is a journey to go on, not a place to dwell in.”

–Sophia Naide on Behind the Setlist, July 15, 2017

“Given the context, Car Seat Headrest were one of the stronger options for headliners on Sunday night, and they won over their crowd convincingly.”

–Allen Halas in Breaking & Entering (Milwaukee), July 3, 2017

“Toledo’s music remains as earnest and innocent as his earliest recordings, and his voice has a certain tenderness to it that reveals his enduring sensitivity.”

–Laueren Keene in Milwaukee Record, July 3, 2017

“Though his disinterested demeanor matched his lyrics, the audience was clearly made up of true fans; they were familiar with Toledo’s self-deprecating lyrics and sang along to every word.”

–Shaye Graves in Shepherd Express, July 2, 2017

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