Indie rockers Car Seat Headrest performed ‘Can’t Cool Me Down’ from their newest album for The Tonight Present Starring Jimmy Fallon over the weekend.
The four-piece carried out the monitor from house, with all band members crammed right into a small house bed room.
Regardless of the tasteless sounding setting, there’s quite a bit to soak up from the efficiency. Guitarist Ethan Ives and bassist Seth Dalby are squeezed in subsequent to one another, with the latter enjoying it COVID-safe and donning a fabric masks. Drummer Andrew Katz, who’s additionally filming the entire thing, takes a second to point out off his selfmade Fallon t-shirt, and vocalist Will Toledo is singing from his spot stashed away in a cabinet.
A trumpeter makes a quick look too, as does Toledo’s fuel mask-wearing alter ego Trait, though the band didn’t reveal who stepped into the function for the efficiency.
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‘Can’t Cool Me Down’ was the primary single the band launched from their most up-to-date album ‘Making A Door Much less Open’. They adopted on with a slew of different tracks reminiscent of ‘Hollywood’, ‘Martin’ and ‘There Must Be More Than Blood’, earlier than dropping the document in Might.
Talking of the album in a press release, the band stated it was a “collaboration” between Automotive Seat Headrest and 1 Trait Hazard, the digital facet mission of Toledo’s alter-ego, Trait, and Katz.
NME gave the document four stars in a overview, describing it as “as confounding as its realizing title suggests”.
“Toledo’s band have pulled into new areas with sophistication,” the overview learn.
“Will this assortment alienate meat-and-potatoes followers, as that realizing album title suggests? Maybe – but it surely’s unlikely the band will care. Removed from experiencing rising pains, Automotive Seat appear to have had a number of enjoyable right here.”
Automotive Seat Headrest was initially Toledo’s solo mission after ending highschool. He had beforehand launched music underneath the alias Nervous Younger Males.
The lineup has modified over time, however all present members had been round for 2016’s ‘Teenagers of Denial’, which was the band’s final album of latest materials previous to ‘Making A Door Much less Open’.