Genre: Pop Rock
Label: Columbia
Size: 12"
Format: 33RPM,


Declan McKenna What Do You Think About The Car? LP (Translucent Yellow Vinyl)

Declan McKenna

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Debut Album On Limited Edition Translucent Yellow Vinyl LP!
First Time On Vinyl In the US!

What Do You Think About The Car? is the debut studio album by English singer-songwriter and musician Declan McKenna. It was released worldwide on July 21, 2017 through Columbia Records. This is the first time it is being issued on vinyl in the U.S.

In 2015, at age 15, McKenna won the Glastonbury Festival's Emerging Talent Competition, and started writing songs for the album soon after, while still in school. He composed most of the album in his bedroom, and "Brazil" was written when he was 15. McKenna says, "The album is about me being playful and positive about not necessarily happy topics ... That's what I'm like as a character. I try not to be too distant from serious topics as well." The two go together. "Paracetamol" was written after learning about the suicide of transgender teen Leelah Alcorn and the media's representation of LGBT communities in general.


  • Limited Edition
  • Translucent Yellow Vinyl
  • First time issued on vinyl in the US
  • Made in the USA


Side A:

  1. Humongous
  2. Brazil
  3. The Kids Don't Wanna Come Home
  4. Mind
  5. Make Me Your Queen

Side B:

  1. Isombard
  2. I Am Everyone Else
  3. Bethlehem
  4. Why Do You Feel So Down?
  5. Paracetamol
  6. Listen To Your Friends

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