Crack Magazine calls Mac DeMarco’s Salad Days one of the best records of the year

Riding high on the crest of 2012’s breakout album 2, Salad Days saw the slacker surf formula fleshed out with woozy synths, while lyrical refrains often sat at odds with the optimistic guitar jangles underpinning them, at turns self-reflective and emotionally bereft.

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