Mac Miller's cult favourite mixtape Faces will be made available on all streaming services for the first time on October 15. The project, which originally debuted on Mother's Day 2014 is a vital release in Mac's catalog that followed his critically acclaimed sophomore album Watching Movies With The Sound Off.
Faces served as a high water mark for Mac's technical prowess and cemented a creative trend that would continue through his career; reinventing himself with each new project. Fans will also have the opportunity to own the project on vinyl for the first time as well. Vinyl can be pre-ordered now here.
To go along with the announcement a new music video for one of Faces highlight tracks, "Colors and Shapes," has been released. For director Sam Mason the track was very visual and he used a picture to create it's story. He describes it as video about a child growing up into an adult, looking at the emotional and difficult highs and lows of that experience.
"I asked Malcolm's family to send me bits and pieces from his childhood, scenes from the town where he grew up, objects, toys from his room - little pieces of his life that I extrapolated outwards and used to inspire the story" says Mason.
Check out the new visual below: