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Take a trip to ‘Hollywood’ with this new one from Car Seat Headrest

It’s a fresh slice from incoming new album ‘Making A Door Less Open’
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Published: 7:12 pm, April 17, 2020Words: Jamie Muir.
Take a trip to ‘Hollywood’ with this new one from Car Seat Headrest

Car Seat Headrest have dropped a cracking new number in ‘Hollywood’, with an accompanying music video to boot!

The must-see animated video takes a pretty wild trip through tinseltown, all pointing to another scintillating new chapter for the band. Speaking about the track, the band’s Will Toledo said: “This song is about Hollywood as a place where people go to make their fantasies come to life, and they end up exploiting other people and doing terrible things to maintain their fantasy. There's this terror you're going to lose the fantasy, and you're going to have to face the facts, and some people will do anything to avoid facing that. It’s about that fear, and the pain of being subjugated to someone else's fantasy against your will, and it's all tied together under this banner of this physical location of Hollywood that we all know about and dream about, but none of us really want to think about what is going on behind the scenes there.”

‘Making A Door Less Open’, Car Seat Headrest’s 12th (yep that’s right, 12th - depending on how you look at things…) studio album is set to land on May 1st and marks the band’s first set of original songs since 2016’s ‘Teens Of Denial’.

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