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Courtney Barnett - 'Tell Me How You Really Feel'

Purple Vinyl (Limited to 3000) + a myriad of bundles- Milk Store

Red Vinyl (Indie Store exclusive)

 

01 Hopefulessness
02 City Looks Pretty
03 Charity
04 Need a Little Time
05 Nameless, Faceless
06 I’m Not Your Mother, I’m Not Your Bitch
07 Crippling Self Doubt and a General Lack of Self-Confidence
08 Help Your Self
09 Walkin’ on Eggshells
10 Sunday Roast

 

 

A teaser for the new Courtney Barnett album 'Tell Me How You Really Feel'  has been released along with a secret 7" single of the lead single 'A Nameless, Faceless' to select independent stores in Australia. The single is due to be officially released on Thursday the 15th of February. 

 

Teaser:

 

Edited by darkeyelids

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3 hours ago, AldoTVAOF said:

I messaged a couple of UK indies who say they'll be getting the single in, although they never mentioned if this was a wider release or the promo single mentioned in the original post.

I emailed the label and yes select  indie stores around the world will get them...so I will start pestering mine now and hoping some come locally.

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35 minutes ago, DecayToDeath said:

You're the last person I would've guessed would say this in a Courtney Barnett thread

Whoops.

Didn’t follow her split because I’m not much of a KV fan, and the singles didn’t do a lot for me... but I still bump her last album now and then.  Especially on the road.

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20 minutes ago, Derek™ said:

Whoops.

Didn’t follow her split because I’m not much of a KV fan, and the singles didn’t do a lot for me... but I still bump her last album now and then.  Especially on the road.

I think it's good too I just didn't expect it from you haha

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I remember when Pedestrian at Best was released as an early single and I thought she was going to burn the world down with a fuzzed out explosion of a record. It took me a while to warm up to what I initially viewed as 'cooler, more indie Sheryl Crow'. With time, I now dig the debut and prefer it to the early EPs so I'm curious where she goes with this one.

Edited by swb

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4 hours ago, Darnoc said:

1234go pulled their listing. Bullmoose looks like they might list a few but haven't gotten them up yet.

 

Found some here:

http://vvinyl.com/shop/new-releases/505616710483

Thanks! Purchased. 

 

Edit: Nvm. They put it on hold because they sold out. Grr. 

Edited by januarytwenty

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