They were playing a festival slot at the multi-venue Festival d’Ete International de Quebec. The 11-day event was headlined by Neil Young, Foo Fighters, Beck, the Weeknd and Lorde. You can see Car Seat Headrest’s cover of ‘Black Paint’ below as well as their nine-song setlist.
car seat headrest opened the show with a fucking death grips cover and now furries and mc ride rule canada by law pic.twitter.com/LjUydMBidU
— EZP (@EZP_em) July 10, 2018
Car Seat Headrest played:
(Death Grips cover)
Fill in the Blank
Sober to Death
Drunk Drivers/Killer Whales
Nervous Young Inhumans
The song featured on the Sacramento band’s latest ‘Year Of The Snitch’ which they released on June 22. It followed 2016’s ‘Bottomless Pit’.
Earlier this year, Car Seat Headrest criticised Wes Anderson’s stop-motion movie Isle Of Dogs, describing it as “racist” and “infuriatingly bad”.
“Isle of Dogs is bad. It is an infuriatingly bad film. I am infuriated,” Toledo wrote on Twitter.
Calling the film “racist”, “so fucking ugly” and asking “why is it written as a joyless kid’s film when it’s specifically designed to be alienating and inappropriate for kids,” Toledo added: “I mean props to Wes for finally making a movie that would appeal to literally zero people beyond himself. But also, fuck you”.
“This is the first Bad Wes Anderson Movie and I am so disappointed that such a thing exists now,” Toledo continued, before sharing a Slash Film critique of the film that he described as a “solid summation” of his own views.