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April 2020
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Car Seat Headrest have confirmed their new album, 'Making A Door Less Open'

Will Toledo and co. have also dropped teaser-track ‘Can’t Cool Me Down’.
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Published: 11:44 am, February 27, 2020
Car Seat Headrest have confirmed their new album, 'Making A Door Less Open'

Car Seat Headrest have confirmed their new album, 'Making A Door Less Open'.

The follow-up to 2016’s 'Teens Of Denial' is set for release on 1st May via Matador Records, preceded by teaser-track ‘Can’t Cool Me Down’.

The song is "the result of a fruitful “collaboration”," a press release explains, "between Car Seat Headrest, led by Will Toledo, and 1 Trait Danger, a CSH electronic side project consisting of drummer Andrew Katz and Toledo’s alternative persona, Trait."

Check out 'Can’t Cool Me Down' below, and catch the band on tour in the US this summer.

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