Listen Mac DeMarco shares new single ‘All Of Our Yesterdays’

Mac DeMarco shares new single ‘All Of Our Yesterdays’

The song features on forthcoming album ‘Here Comes The Cowboy’.

Mac DeMarco has shared a new single.

‘All Of Our Yesterdays’ is taken from his recently-announced forthcoming album ‘Here Comes The Cowboy’, released on 10th May via Mac’s Record Label.

Of the track he says:

“Hi everybody, Mac here.

Here’s my new song, it’s called ‘All Of Our Yesterdays.’ This was the first song I wrote in the sequence of songs that appear on my new record. Most of the rest of the songs were written in November right before we went on tour in Europe, but this one’s probably from about seven or eight months before that. I left it sitting with only one verse done for a long time, then finished it up while I was writing the rest of the record. The phrase ‘all of our yesterdays’ comes from the play Macbeth. Also I think there’s a Star Trek episode from 1969 with the same title; very cool. I had just seen a documentary about Oasis before writing this song, and I was trying to write a gigantic rock and roll hit with my renewed love for the band. I didn’t really get close to that at all, but I’m happy with the song that came out hahahahaha.

I hope you enjoy, have a nice day.

See ya later.”

Mac and band play London’s All Points East on 2nd June.

Listen to ‘All Of Our Yesterdays’ below.

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