Slacker rock artist Ruth Mac has released infectious, retro-inspired new single ‘Tutti Frutti’ an ode to one of Mac’s long-time friends.

“The track was inspired by a prompt to reflect on a teenage friendship that’s had a lasting effect on you. Someone sprang to mind immediately! A lifelong friend that introduced me to bands that changed my musical course entirely, lent me my first electric and ‘engineered’ my first recording session on a janky 4-track in the living room above his family’s pub in Tuam,” Mac says. 

The follow-up to ‘Home from Home’ sees Mac lean into her slacker rock roots with the help of Mark Glaister (co-producer/drummer), Barra MacMahon (keys, vocals) and Nick Fox (bass) before the track was mastered by Katie Tavini (Arlo Parks, Pillow Queens, Bloc Party).

Mac is currently assembling the follow-up to her debut EP ‘Living Room’ which resulted in Mac playing support slots for synth-pop legends Hot Chip , Irish folk duo Ye Vagabonds , and English indie rockers The Big Moon .