Watch Courtney Barnett Perform “Nameless, Faceless” With The Breeders

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Courtney Barnett & The BreedersCourtney Barnett and the Breeders have some history together. Obviously, the heavier guitar-rock side of Barnett’s sound shares more than a little DNA with what the alt-rock legends were doing in the ’90s, and she covered the Breeders’ iconic hit “Cannonball” in 2014 and appeared on the Talkhouse’s podcast with Kim Deal … More »

Watch Courtney Barnett Cover Gillian Welch’s “Everything Is Free”

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Courtney Barnett Gillian WelchCourtney Barnett recently released her new album, Tell Me How You Really Feel, and the Australian musician went on The Tonight Show last week to perform one of its singles, “Nameless, Faceless.” While she was there Barnett stepped into the Cover Room, which is where Jimmy Fallon occasionally gets artists to cover songs. More »

Watch Courtney Barnett Rock Out “Nameless, Faceless” On The Tonight Show

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Courtney-Barnett-on-FallonIf you play scratchy, chaotic guitar music and your hair is long enough, there’s a good chance that, when you’re playing a guitar solo, you dangle that hair down into your face and sort of shake it around, as if you were both trying to conceal your identity and fend off bees. Courtney Barnett has … More »

Stream Courtney Barnett’s New Album Tell Me How You Really Feel

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Courtney Barnett has just released her new album Tell Me How You Really Feel, her first since 2015’s Sometimes I Sit And Think, And Sometimes I Just Sit, not counting her recent collaborative LP with Kurt Vile Lotta Sea Lice. We’ve already heard “Nameless, Faceless,” “More »

Courtney Barnet – “Sunday Roast” Video

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Courtney Barnett Plays Sunday RoastAustralian singer-songwriter Courtney Barnett is just ahead of her sophomore album Tell Me How You Really Feel. So far we’ve heard “City Looks Pretty,” “Nameless, Faceless,” and “Need A Little Time.” Today she shares another track from the forthcoming LP. We heard her … More »

Watch Courtney Barnett Play Four Songs From Her New Album On Live From Here

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Courtney-Barnett-on-Live-From-HereWe are now about a week and a half away from the release of Tell Me How You Really Feel, the second proper album from Courtney Barnett, the great Australian songwriter and guitar-monster. Tell Me How You Really Feel is very much a rock album, but it’s more chilled-out and reflective than Sometimes IMore »

Courtney Barnett – “City Looks Pretty”

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Next month, the great Courtney Barnett returns with the new LP Tell Me How You Really Feel, which is somehow only her second proper solo album. Barnett has already shared the early tracks “Nameless, Faceless” and “Need A Little Time,” both of which are relatively chill takes on her erudite, guitar-tangled indie … More »

Courtney Barnett – “Need A Little Time” Video

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Nameless, Faceless,” the first song Courtney Barnett shared from her upcoming album Tell Me How You Really Feel, was pretty good, but I’d be lying if I said I wasn’t a little underwhelmed. Second single “Need A Little Time,” on the other hand, has completely bowled me over. It’s out today with a deeply … More »

Watch The Friends Of Wonder Documentary, Featuring Courtney Barnett & Kurt Vile

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Friends Of Wonder is a documentary about the Loew’s Theatre in Jersey City, told through the framework of Courtney Barnett and Kurt Vile’s performance there last November on their tour in support of their collaborative album Lotta Sea Lice. It was directed by Irene Chin and Kurt Vincent, and goes into the … More »

Courtney Barnett Covers INXS’ “Never Tear Us Apart” In Apple Ad Supporting Marriage Equality

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Tell Me How You Really Feel? Pretty great ever since we heard there’s a new Courtney Barnett album coming out! While we wait for more new original songs, Barnett has shared a new cover from fellow Australian legends INXS, whose 1987 classic Kick she once performed in full. More »