24 Songs, 42 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Though Mac DeMarco has become known, in part, for playing a lovable buffoon online and on stage, he's also quietly assembled one of the most rewarding bodies of work in indie rock. This Old Dog picks up where 2014’s Salad Days left off, with a set of sunlit, heartfelt singer/songwriter fare that finds DeMarco reflecting on family with often stunning candor. From the acoustic warmth of “My Old Man” to the hushed crooning of “Sister” and the devastating observations of “Watching Him Fade Away,” it’s his finest album to date.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Though Mac DeMarco has become known, in part, for playing a lovable buffoon online and on stage, he's also quietly assembled one of the most rewarding bodies of work in indie rock. This Old Dog picks up where 2014’s Salad Days left off, with a set of sunlit, heartfelt singer/songwriter fare that finds DeMarco reflecting on family with often stunning candor. From the acoustic warmth of “My Old Man” to the hushed crooning of “Sister” and the devastating observations of “Watching Him Fade Away,” it’s his finest album to date.

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Ratings and Reviews

4.9 out of 5
159 Ratings

159 Ratings

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A Legitimate Review

For people actually interested in this album and want a actual review on here. Of the two songs revealed as of writing this, Mac continues his notorious simple writing and smooth guitar. While these two songs are slower than what Mac normally produces, they still maintain the laid back vibes that makes Mac a great artist.

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good for the ears.

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