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Courtney Barnett Announces Sophomore LP 'Tell Me How You Really Feel'

Thursday, 15 February 2018 Written by Laura Johnson

Photo: Pooneh Ghana

Following a teaser video, Courtney Barnett has announced her second album.

'Tell Me How You Really Feel' is due out on May 18 through Marathon Artists and her own label, Milk! Records. It follows up her 2015 debut, ‘Sometimes I Sit and Think, and Sometimes I Just Sit’, and last year's collaborative album with Kurt Vile, ‘Lotta Sea Lice’.

Head below to view the record's artwork, tracklist and a video for its first single, Nameless Faceless, the chorus of which is inspired by Margaret Atwood's quote: "Men are afraid that women will laugh at them. Women are afraid that men will kill them."

'Tell Me How You Really Feel' tracklist:

  1. Hopefulessness
  2. City Looks Pretty
  3. Charity
  4. Need a Little Time
  5. Nameless, Faceless
  6. I’m Not Your Mother, I’m Not Your Bitch
  7. Crippling Self Doubt and a General Lack of Self-Confidence
  8. Help Your Self
  9. Walkin’ on Eggshells
  10. Sunday Roast

The Australian singer-songwriter will return to the UK when she joins Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds, Patti Smith and St. Vincent at Victoria Park, London on June 3 for the All Points East show.





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