Canadian singer-songwriter Mac DeMarco first broke onto the international music scene with 2012’s mini LP, Rock and Roll Nightclub. Since then, he’s risen to prominence for the signature slacker rock sound honed on successive releases. DeMarco tends to combine wry, unexpectedly thoughtful lyrics with simple composition, creating the perfect soundtrack for hazy summer days.Read More
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