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Single Review: Courtney Barnett – Nameless, Faceless
Courtney Barnett's takes on harassment culture with typical acerbic wit on her comeback single, says Letty Gardner
After the huge success of Sometimes I Sit and Think, and Sometimes I Just Sit Courtney Barnett has released ‘Nameless, Faceless’, previewing an upcoming album. Heralded for her unique and savagely deadpan perspective on the everyday, Barnett has opened up her song-writing to darker aspects of life on this track.
“Paraphrasing a quote from feminist author Margaret Atwood, Barnett isn’t joking anymore
Collaborating with Kurt Vile on the 2017 album Lotta Sea Lice, this is the first solo work from the Australian singer-songwriter for 3 years, and whilst ‘Nameless, Faceless’ is as catchy and thrashing as her past tracks, it does open Barnett up to more serious topics to her songwriting.
'Tell Me How You Really Feel', the 2nd album by Courtney Barnett, is scheduled for release on 18th May 2018.