A slacker pop hero and lauded figure among modern circles, Canada’s Mac Demarco is a musician whose exuberant personality shines through on every track he’s ever released. Attaining an almost cult-like status over the course of his career, Demarco’s penchant for superb and at times deeply emotive songwriting has resonated with fans in a manner that very few artists have in recent years. Refusing to rest on his laurels, he has released new track ‘The Way You’d Love Her.’
Remaining firmly within the territory of 2014’s Salad Days, a warped and distorted central guitar riff provides the wistful mystique that is ever-present throughout his output before his signature staid vocal delivery fully entrances the listener. One progression which must be noted is the track’s incredible guitar solo that appears towards its climax, with Mac landing upon a sound that resides somewhere between John Frusciante and Eric Clapton.
Demarco’s forthcoming mini-album Another One will emerge on 7th August 2015 via Captured Tracks, whilst those looking to catch him live can do so on the dates below.
6th September 2015- End Of The Road Festival, Dorset
7th September 2015- 02 ABC, Glasgow
8th September 2015- Motion, Bristol
9th September 2015- Roundhouse, London
10th September 2015- The Institute, Birmingham