Mac DeMarco to end spring tour with stops in Tel Aviv, London
The popular indie musician will release new music and tour North America this summer.
Mac DeMarco, the "It" boy of indie music, is wrapping up a spring world tour this week with stops in Tel Aviv, London, Philadelphia and Chicago.
The past few months have been eventful ones for the 25-year-old singer-songwriter. In April he announced he will be releasing a mini-album, entitled "Another One," in August. A few weeks ago he released a new track, "The Way You'd Love Her," to his SoundCloud page (hear that song below).
DeMarco, whom indie music bible Pitchfork labeled "The Goofball Prince" of indie rock because of his quirky behavior, came to prominence in 2012 after the release of his first full-length album, "2." Since then, fans have flocked to his music – most of which is recorded at his home in Far Rockaway, Queens – for its hazy and out-of-tune playfulness.
In a nod to his popularity, he will head back out on the road at the end of the month to start a tour of North America, and in the fall he'll head back over to Europe for a series of concerts.
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