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Mac DeMarco brought out Post Malone at Fuji Rock Festival

The two performed together at Fuji Rock Festival last weekend

Mac DeMarco brought out Post Malone during his set at Fuji Rock festival last weekend (July 28).

Covering ‘Sukiyaki’, a 60’s classic song by a Japanese artist called Kyu Sakamoto, DeMarco invited Post Malone on to join him mid-song and the two performed together.

This isn’t the first time the two have met or worked together, having appeared together last year with YouTubers H3H3.

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DeMarco’s last album ‘This Old Dog’ was released in May 2017. He has spoken recently about his new album and released two new songs in May called ‘She’s My Sweet’ and ‘Fuck The Toronto Raptors’. He claimed the songs were “recorded on the red carpet at the Met Gala”.

They followed the slow jam of new track ‘Eternally 12′, an instrumental collaboration with Melanie Faye. Last December, DeMarco live-streamed 26 minutes of unheard material.

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Last month, Post Malone played at London’s Wireless festival during the World Cup. The singer famously said “football’s coming back” during his set only for the crowd to chant Three Lions’ “football’s coming home” back at him in correction.

During his set with DeMarco, the rapper contributed by playing an egg shaker and yes, it was as random as it sounds.

MacDemarco played a career spanning set which included 2015’s ‘No Other Heart’ from ‘Another One’ as well as 2014’s album title track ‘Salad Days’ and ‘My Kind of Woman’ from 2012’s ‘2’.

Post Malone’s appearance comes less than a month after he offered to sing at Justin Bieber’s wedding for free. The rapper has also received several  nominations at this year’s upcoming MTV Video Music Awards, including artist of the year and song of the year.

DeMarco will play throughout the UK and Europe this winter. The dates are as follows:

October
12 – Russia, Moscow, Arbat Hall
14 – Russia, St Petersburg, Kosmonavt
15 – Finland, Helsinki, The Circus
17 – Latvia, Riga, Palladium Riga
18 – Lithuania, Vilnius, The Hall Compensa
19 – Poland, Warsaw, Progresja
21 – Slovakia, Bratislava, Atelier Babylon
22 – Germany, Leipzig, Werk 2
23 – Germany, Frankfurt am Main, Gibson
24 – Germany, Munich, Neue Theaterfabrik
26 – Belgium, Antwerp, De Roma
28 – Ireland, Dublin
29 – United Kingdom, Belfast, Limelight 1
30 – United Kingdom, Manchester, Now Wave 10th Birthday Party @ Victoria Warehouse
31 – United Kingdom, Southampton, This Old Bat Halloween Party @ O2 Guildhall Southampton

November:
1 – France, Paris, Pitchfork Music Festival

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