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|1.||"Here Comes The Cowboy" (2:46)|
|3.||"Finally Alone" (2:20)|
|4.||"Little Dogs March" (2:28)|
|6.||"Choo Choo" (2:00)|
|1.||"Heart To Heart" (3:31)|
|2.||"Hey Cowgirl" (2:13)|
|3.||"On The Square" (3:26)|
|4.||"All Of Our Yesterdays" (4:01)|
|5.||"Skyless Moon" (4:04)|
|6.||"Baby Bye Bye" (7:32)|
A follow up to 2017's This Old Dog, everyone's favourite slacker-rock singer songwriter is back with Here Comes The Cowboy. Mixed at DeMarco's Jizz Jazz Studios in Los Angeles, the Canadian musician delivers a swooning and laidback take on folk western blues built on acoustic guitars and the odd sombre horn. The album opens with an unmistakeable vocal drawl, before we're met with DeMarco's trademark slow-tempo groove complete with eerie synths as the album progresses. While it contains many signature traits of a Mac DeMarco record, we're loving the new 1970s and blues rock influences best heard on "Choo Choo" and the second half of closer "Baby Bye Bye". It's easy to imagine DeMarco strumming these numbers in his rocking chair on a porch during sundown in the deep west, all sung while chewing on a single straw of wheat. All in all, Here Comes The Cowboy feels like a solid evolution for the cult hero.
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