In just under two weeks Car Seat Headrest will be releasing the follow up to their 2016 surprise smash album Teens Of Denial. The new record, Twin Fantasy, is a re-recording and reimagining of Car Seat Headrest's 2011 album of the same name, which Will Toledo said was never finished, but he has now - with the help of his band, additional expertise and budget - managed to create the definitive version of his magnum opus.

He's already released new versions of 'Beach Life-in-Death', 'Nervous Young Inhumans' and 'Cute Thing' from the album, and today Car Seat Headrest has made 'My Boy (Twin Fantasy)' available to stream. It is the opening track of Twin Fantasy and really sets the table for what's to come on the epic and involving album. Talking to a close friend, or maybe the other half of himself, Toledo opines “my boy, we don’t see each other much," but as the song builds into a stadium sized rocker and Toledo gets his famous yelp out, he admits "It'll take some time, but somewhere down the line / We won't be alone.”

'My Boy (Twin Fantasy)' perfectly encapsulates the torrid inner turmoil that fuels the album, and makes it a very much worthy release. Listen below.

Car Seat Headrest's new version of Twin Fantasy comes out through Matador on February 16th.

They'll be heading to the UK/Ireland in support of the album, with an expanded 7-piece band, at these dates:

05/16 - Dublin, Ireland - Olympia Theatre
05/18 - Glasgow, UK - O2 ABC
05/19 - Liverpool, UK - Invisible Wind Factory
05/21 - Cambridge, UK - Junction 2
05/22 - Bristol, UK – SWX
05/23 - London, UK – Roundhouse