In continued support of his full-length release, 2, a bed-headed, beer-guzzling Mac DeMarco took the stage in Brooklyn Friday night at a sold-out Music Hall of Williamsburg. The 22-yr old and his backing band of three worked their way through his young catalog of hits, including "Ode to Viceroy," and "My Kind of Woman," which he dedicated to his girlfriend standing in the balcony. During their set, the band was the recipient of many gifts thrown onstage, including but not limited to: an unopened pack of Marlboros, dollar bills, a duck mask, a cassette tape, and a bag of cashews.
DeMarco's current tour, which started last week, begins as a headlining tour, deemed "Tour Dank" by DeMarco and his opening acts, fellow rebel-hearted Canadian bedroom project Calvin Love and deconstructed sludge rockers Naomi Punk. (They cemented this appellation with a large banner behind the drum kit.) These dates lead into supporting dates for DeMarco in March and April in the US and Canada with Phoenix, a tour which, one imagines, will be less dank.