Car Seat Headrest are prepping their album, Teens of Denial (a follow-up to last year’s Teens of Style), but frontman Will Toledo recently took a break from promoting his new material and shared his rendition of Radiohead’s “Pyramid Song.”

Toledo gives the Amnesiac track an acoustic, stripped-down makeover but still nails Thom Yorke's forlorn wail. On his Tumblr, the singer-songwriter described his version as “sloppy flamenco with missing string and AIM accompaniment.” Take a listen below and compare it to the original at the bottom of the page.

Teens of Denial is slated for a May 20 release via Matador. You can pre-order it on CD or vinyl at this location. So far, Toledo has already shared album singles “Vincent,” “Drunk Drivers/Killer Whales” and “Fill in the Blank.”

Radiohead, meanwhile, are working on their ninth full-length. Confirmed details regarding the album remain scarce, but Yorke and company are set to tour this summer. They're also booked for this year's Outside Lands, Lollapalooza and more festivals.

Radiohead, "Pyramid Song" -- Official Music Video

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