Mac DeMarco: Another One

Mac DeMarco: Another One

By Dan Derks

Whether his heartbreak is the fault of geography or the turn of love’s fickle tides, Another One continues to flex DeMarco’s unique gifts for phrasing and double meanings. 5 Aug 2015 // 2:30 AM

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