Mac DeMarco reveals new song 'Brother' – watch

Taken from Canadian singer-songwriter's new album 'Salad Days'

Mac DeMarco reveals new song 'Brother' – watch

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Mac DeMarco has unveiled the second single from his forthcoming album 'Salad Days', titled 'Brother'. Listen to it below.

The track is the second song taken from the new LP, which is set for release on April 1, and follows 'Passing Out Pieces' which was revealed earlier this year.

Mac DeMarco recorded a live session during a recent visit to the NME basement and performed new song 'Treat Her Better', which also features on the forthcoming album.

DeMarco has also announced a string of UK tour dates in support of the album. He will play the following shows:

Brighton The Old Market (May 19)
Glasgow Mono (20)
Manchester Sound Control (21)
London KOKO (22)


To check the availability of Mac DeMarcotickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/TICKETS now.


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