Mac DeMarco’s new track ‘Eternally 12’ is a super smooth slow jam

Song is a collaboration with 19 year-old guitarist Melanie Faye

Mac DeMarco has teamed up with Melanie Faye for an instrumental new track called ‘Eternally 12’.

DeMarco’s latest album ‘This Old Dog’ was released in May 2017.

Last December, he live-streamed 26 minutes of unheard material. Then, this April, DeMarco shared a strange four-minute clip of a cat named Pickles eating, soundtracked by some jazzy music.


Now, DeMarco has collaborated with up-and-coming Nashville guitarist Faye for a four-minute smooth, R&B slow jam. Check it out below.

DeMarco was recently announced as among the first acts for this year’s Pitchfork Music Festival Paris.

Earlier this year saw DeMarco’s band cover Radiohead classic ‘High and Dry’ at a live show, with DeMarco himself playing drums for the rendition.


DeMarco and co played at the Chile leg of Lollapalooza in March, with the singer switching places with drummer Joe McMurray to cover the track.

McMurray took on lead vocal duties, with his slacker-ish drawl sounding more like Parquet Courts, before diving into the crowd for a singalong with fans.

NME spoke to DeMarco last year, who gave his eight commandments for living a better life.

At one point, DeMarco explained: “I’m not a very healthy eater. I don’t react well to diary or gluten, but I don’t give a shit. I’m like, “Gimme the pizza!” Well – you reap what sow. I eat that stuff all the time and then I’m on the can for, like, three hours. Drinking copious amounts of alcohol for the better part of a tour, that’s not gonna help at the back. But it’s nothing to be ashamed of. Sometimes you poop your pants. But it’s not, like, a lot. It’s just a very unhealthy little shart, you know what I mean?”

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