Canadian singer/songwriter, multi-instrumentalist and producer Mac DeMarco has just announced his very own record label aptly dubbed, "Mac's Record Label."

Mac’s Record Label will be distributed globally by Caroline, a full service partner to the independent label and artist community, and more information about the label is slated to be revealed on the Mac’s Record Label website very soon.

Along with this reveal, Mac has also announced his first-ever solo tour, called the Purple Bobcat Next to River. The solo tour picks up directly after Mac’s current full-band tour across the U.K. and Europe, which finds him in North America and northern Europe throughout fall.

The solo dates kick off at California’s Tropicália Festival on November 4 where the other headliners are Cardi B, Morrissey, and Kali Uchis. You can check out the rest of the Purple Bobcat Next to River tour dates below.

Nov. 3 & Sun. Nov. 4 - Long Beach, CA @ Tropicalia Nov. 12 - Phoenix, AZ @ Valley Bar (Outside) Nov. 13 - Albuquerque, NM @ Sister Bar Nov. 14 - Oklahoma City, OK @ ACM Performance Lab Nov. 17 - Chattanooga, TN @ Walker Theatre Nov. 18 - Asheville, NC @ The Grey Eagle Nov. 20 - Charlotte, NC @ McGlohon Theater Nov. 21 - Durham, NC @ Motorco Music Hall Nov. 23 - Atlanta, GA @ King Plow Art Center Nov. 24 - Athens, GA @ Georgia Theatre Nov. 25 - Jackson, MS @ Hal and Mals Nov. 26 - New Orleans, LA @ Music Box Village Nov. 28 - Austin, TX @ The Paramount Theatre Nov. 29 - Dallas, TX @ Texas Theatre Nov. 30 - San Antonio, TX @ The Will Naylor Smith River Walk Plaza at the Tobin Center Dec. 3 - Tucson, AZ @ 191 Toole

Furthermore, Mac has also partnered with the Plus 1 organization for his upcoming tour. One dollar from every ticket sale will go to support local Girls Rock Camps and their work on empowering girls, trans and gender-diverse young people through music education and mentorship. Visit Plus 1's website now for more information.

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