Mac DeMarco shares ‘The Way You’d Love Her’ from new mini-album – listen

Upcoming eight-track release 'Another One' follows on from 2014's 'Salad Days'

Mac DeMarco has revealed a new track from his next release.

‘Another One’ has been described as a “mini LP”, featuring “eight freshly written songs”. It was recorded at DeMarco’s home in Queens, New York and will be released on August 7 via Captured Tracks.

Listen to the first song heard from the release, titled ‘The Way You’d Love Her’, via Soundcloud below.


DeMarco released his last album ‘Salad Days’ in 2014, NME‘s Number Two album of last year.

Mac DeMarco will head to the UK this September for headline shows in Bristol, London, Birmingham, Manchester and Glasgow. First though, the singer-songwriter will play a host of festivals in the summer, including this year’s End Of The Road, Field Day

Mac DeMarco plays the following live dates:

Manchester Parklife festival (June 6)
London Field Day festival (7)
Salisbury End Of The Road festival (September 6)
Glasgow ABC (7)
Bristol Motion (8)
London Roundhouse (9)
Birmingham Institute (10)
Manchester Beacons Metro festival (12)

In January, Mac DeMarco’s old shoes sold on Ebay for £13,800. DeMarco sold the Vans sneakers to help fund the Willie Mae Rock Camp for Girls.


In the listing, he wrote: “I’m selling an old pair of my shoes. I’ve John Hancocked [autographed] the left shoe. Will anyone buy an old stinky pair of shoes? I don’t know. lets wait and see. I’ll probably throw some other crap in the box before shipping it, I dunno what.”

He added: “If you’re one of those kids who tried to take them off my feet while I was crowd surfing at some point this year, nice try jackass. But hey, here’s another opportunity for you to have them.”


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