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The Wire | Mac Demarco



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I've written about Mac Demarco once before on this here blog, but lately I can't get enough of his music. He just announced a new album called This Old Dog, and released two singles. They are both as chill as Mac has ever been before, in the best way possible. In a recent interview with Pitchfork, Mac had this response when asked if he actually has a dog in regards to the album name:

"Actually, I’ve never had a dog in my life. I’ve had a lot of cats, and 'This Old Cat' doesn’t really ring the same way."

Listen to the title track:

Posted by Brett Gregory on 07 February, 2017 Mac Demarco, The Wire | 0 comments
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