Mac Miller’s critically acclaimed 2014 mixtape Faces, often considered by fans to be among his best, is finally coming to streaming services and vinyl next month.
Faces has become a clear fan favorite for its introspective lyrical content and frequently experimental production, but until now the project hasn’t been available on streaming or physical formats. Running at over 80 minutes, the expansive release was mostly produced by Miller himself under his Larry Fisherman alias, with contributions from Thundercat, 9th Wonder, and Earl Sweatshirt under his randomblackdude alias. Earl also showed up for multiple guest verses, and there are also appearances from Schoolboy Q, Ab-Soul, Rick Ross, Mike Jones, and Vince Staples.
Faces will debut on streaming services for the first time on Oct. 15, and will be available to purchase on vinyl here.
To coincide with the announcement of the record finally making its way to streaming, Mac’s team recruited director Sam Mason to share a haunting animated video for mixtape highlight “Colors and Shapes.”