Mac DeMarco posts spoof review of ‘Star Wars: The Force Awakens’ – watch

Singer offers up his thoughts on JJ Abrams movie in bizarre clip

Mac DeMarco has posted a spoof review of Star Wars: The Force Awakens.

The singer has given his thoughts in a bizarre video, which you can below via Stereogum. In the clip he boasts about seeing the movie three times but gives no analysis of the JJ Abrams flick.

Instead he chooses to post pics of the character Jar Jar Binks from the Star Wars prequels while Episode I – The Phantom Menace theme ‘Duel Of The Fates’ plays in the background.


Mac DeMarco saw The Force Awakens three times. Here is his review.

Posted by Stereogum on Monday, 21 December 2015

DeMarco recently appeared in a video with a pair of puppets and a group of kids.

The clip was for the band of DeMarco’s guitarist Andy White and his brother Ed, Tonstartssbandht. It featured DeMarco playing guitar with puppet versions of Andy and Ed, while they sang their song ‘Seriously’ with school children.

Director Deering Regan was inspired by seeing Paul Simon singing ‘Me & Julio’ on Sesame Street.


DeMarco also recently launched his own fan club, which is being run by his mother, Agnes.

The Mac DeMarco Fan Club is a community for fans featuring newsletters, meet-and-greets, contests, and more. DeMarco’s manager Michelle Cable will run the fan club alongside his mother.

The Fan Club is free to join though there is an option of paying an annual fee to become ‘Disciples’. Those paying members will receive gifts including a fan club ring, pre-sale opportunities, presents from DeMarco, a zine, and a birthday message from Agnes DeMarco.


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