Mac DeMarco charms a packed audience at Underground Arts - WXPN | Vinyl At Heart
Mac DeMarco | Photo by Rachel Barrish |

Underground Arts hosted a packed crowd on Friday night with headlining act Mac DeMarco, who was touring behind his recently released second LP Salad Days. The laid-back, dreamy album caught the ears of many and it certainly showed as Underground Arts was as crowded as I’ve ever seen it. Mac Demarco has a swoonworthy and chill persona – baseball cap on his head and a cigarette in-between his fingers – and he performed a killer set of stoner love songs. With many longtime fans in the audience, folks sang along to the cuts like “Ode to Viceroy” and “Freaking Out in the Neighborhood” from his prior record 2. Opening act Laser Background used a megaphone and dreamy electric melodies to warm up the audience just right. And Juan Wauters had a stellar backdrop of various flags sewn together, incorporated with flickering light bulbs and Christmas lights throughout the entire set. Check out photos from the show in the gallery below.

Salad Days
The Stars Keep on calling my name
Blue Boy
Treat her Better
Cooking Up Something Good
Passing Out Pieces
Let Her Go
Ode to Viceroy
Let My Baby Stay
I’m a Man
Freaking Out in the Neighborhood
Chamber of Reflection
Still Reflection

Unknown Legend (Neil Young cover)

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