Don't Look Down
Wildy's World says... 'The Zac Mac Band has taken Boston, and now they're ready to take on the world.' 'McIntyre has a very enjoyable voice. The songs ... have a much laid back, nearly repressed mellow sound (think Barenaked Ladies' Maybe You Should Drive album for comparison). McIntyre writes serious songs, but is not afraid to weave humor into the fabric of a song where appropriate.' 'MySpace Heartbreak hits both serious and ironic notes in a New Wave/Pop tune about Post-relationship neurosis in a digital age. Highest Level is a treat for the ears; a modern mellow rock tune with a chorus worthy of Alan Parsons.' '15 Songs On The Radio... is an inspired bit of writing. McIntyre takes us inside his head and the struggle to keep striving for your dreams when the possibilities are so limited ("So many other bands / they've got the same plans / and there's only 15 songs on the radio.") Anyone who has ever tried to make it in the music industry, or even stood in front of a mirror, air guitar in hand and wished will appreciate the sentiments here.' 'The Zac Mac Band has a future. Don't be surprised if these guys are household names down the line.'