Everyone’s favorite gap-toothed indie rock British-Canadian persona, Mac DeMarco, has added a second date at the Great American Music Hall on July 8. Unsurprisingly, DeMarco’s July 9 show date sold out faster than you can say “Vernor Winfield McBriare Smith IV” (DeMarco’s real name) or “gap-toothed indie rock British-Canadian persona”. After releasing Rock and Roll Night Club and 2, both in 2012 on Captured Tracks, this year saw the release of Salad Days–and DeMarco’s arrival as indie rock’s newest, weirdest, wunderkind (see photo).

Salad Days doesn’t fall far from the tree that grew DeMarco’s first two LPs. Lots more of the same pop guitar formula that helped launch songs like “Ode to Viceroy” and “Cookin’ Up Something Good” into the stratosphere is present on Salad Days. With DeMarco’s raspy croon, new songs like “Brother” sound like the same ol’ Mac, although more synth-driven songs like “Chamber of Reflection” stray away slightly from the jangly pop.

Listen to DeMarco’s latest single, “Brother” below and if you can’t make it out to Great American Music Hall, just play a round or two of the unofficial Mac De Marco video game.

Mac DeMarco, Calvin Love, Holy Shit
Great American Music Hall
July 8, 2014 and July 9, 2014 (Sold Out)
8pm, $16