Courtney Barnett at Marathon Music Works in Nashville at Marathon Music Works on Thursday, October 25th, 2018

Courtney Barnett at Marathon Music Works in Nashville at Marathon Music Works on Thursday, October 25th, 2018

courtney barnett at Marathon Music Works on Thursday, October 25th.

TICKETS -> http://ticketf.ly/2IHTc5C

On Sale Friday, March 23rd at 10am CST
Doors 7 | Show 8:30
$30 – $60
THIS EVENT IS ALL AGES

Observers would be aware that over the course of just a few years Barnett has become internationally renowned for her distinctive and acclaimed musical lexicon. Her effortless ability to flip an intensely private sentiment on its head and make it sound universal and relatable won her fans around the world. Her debut album, Sometimes I Sit and Think, and Sometimes I Just Sit saw her top year-end lists, crash the top 20 and sell out shows to adoring audiences on five continents. She played the most iconic and revered festival stages, was nominated for Best New Artist at the Grammy Awards in 2016 and also International Female Solo Artist at the Brits, not to mention scooping the top prizes in her homeland, including the Australian Music Prize, APRA’s Songwriter Of the Year and four ARIAs. “Lotta Sea Lice”, her collaborative album with kindred spirit Kurt Vile that came out last year was similarly lauded, ending up at number 11 in the album charts on release and garnering an NME Awards nomination for Best Collaboration.

So… how do you follow that up?

In Tell Me How You Really Feel, Barnett has revealed an exhilarating and unexpected shift. From its title (A question? An order?) to the unsettling cover image – a blood-red tinted self-portrait in uncomfortably tight close up – Barnett sets a different tone. There’s a new-found directness with this record, a muscularity to the instrumentation, a tenderness in her voice and a boldness to the lyrics. It speaks to Barnett entering a remarkable new phase of her musical evolution. She’s saying more, with less. Whereas once she examined the world through the prism of self-analysis, Tell Me How You Really Feel shifts that focus to those she interacts with – the good ones, the bad ones, the loved ones. Those she knows intimately and those who are strangers.

First single “Nameless, Faceless” is an infectious punk rock anthem. Simmering with indignation and sarcasm, it examines the phenomenon of incessant and anonymous internet trolls. Through song, Barnett is using the medium she knows best to return fire.

Every lyric is memorable as Barnett quotes one of the more creative burns she’s received in a comments section, “I could eat a bowl of alphabet soup and spit out better words than you”. It would be pure comedy if it didn’t invariably and insidiously cross over into anxiety about ones safety in the real world… illustrated perfectly by the chorus which borrows from a famous Margaret Atwood quote “I want to walk through the park in the dark / Men are scared that women will laugh at them / I want to walk through the park in the dark / Women are scared that men will kill them / I hold my keys between my fingers”.

Barnett and her band will play a short series of rare intimate album warm-up parties in May – tickets are on sale now. All tickets these shows include a copy of the album on digital, CD or vinyl formats!

Tell Me How You Really Feel will be released on May 18th through Mom + Pop, Marathon Artists and Barnett’s own label Milk! Records.

Absolutely no refunds – no exceptions.
Lineups and times are subject to change.
Valid Gov’t issued photo ID required.
Tickets available at the door.
No re-entry.

Marathon Music Works
1402 Clinton St.
Nashville, TN 37206
www.marathonmusicworks.com
www.facebook.com/marathonmusicworks
www.twitter.com/mmusicworks
www.instagram.com/marathonmusicworks

Tickets for all shows at Marathon Music Works will be available online at www.marathonmusicworks.com or by phone at 877.4.FLY.TIX. Or purchase tickets in person at the Marathon Music Works Box Office (Fridays 10am-4pm).

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Courtney Barnett at Marathon Music Works in Nashville at Marathon Music Works on Thursday, October 25th, 2018
Location
Marathon Music Works, 1402 Clinton St,Nashville,TN-37203
Starting on
2018-10-25
Ending on
2018-10-25
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courtney barnett at Marathon Music Works on Thursday, October 25th. TICKETS -> http://ticketf.ly/2IHTc5C On Sale Friday, March 23rd at 10am CST Doors 7 | Show 8:30 $30 - $60 THIS EVENT IS ALL AGES Observers would be aware that over the course of just a few years Barnett has become internationally renowned for her distinctive and acclaimed musical lexicon. Her effortless ability to flip an intensely private sentiment on its head and make it sound universal and relatable won her fans around the world. Her debut album, Sometimes I Sit and Think, and Sometimes I Just Sit saw her top year-end lists, crash the top 20 and sell out shows to adoring audiences on five continents. She played the most iconic and revered festival stages, was nominated for Best New Artist at the Grammy Awards in 2016 and also International Female Solo Artist at the Brits, not to mention scooping the top prizes in her homeland, including the Australian Music Prize, APRA’s Songwriter Of the Year and four ARIAs. “Lotta Sea Lice”, her collaborative album with kindred spirit Kurt Vile that came out last year was similarly lauded, ending up at number 11 in the album charts on release and garnering an NME Awards nomination for Best Collaboration. So... how do you follow that up? In Tell Me How You Really Feel, Barnett has revealed an exhilarating and unexpected shift. From its title (A question? An order?) to the unsettling cover image – a blood-red tinted self-portrait in uncomfortably tight close up – Barnett sets a different tone. There’s a new-found directness with this record, a muscularity to the instrumentation, a tenderness in her voice and a boldness to the lyrics. It speaks to Barnett entering a remarkable new phase of her musical evolution. She’s saying more, with less. Whereas once she examined the world through the prism of self-analysis, Tell Me How You Really Feel shifts that focus to those she interacts with – the good ones, the bad ones, the loved ones. Those she knows intimately and those who are strangers. First single "Nameless, Faceless" is an infectious punk rock anthem. Simmering with indignation and sarcasm, it examines the phenomenon of incessant and anonymous internet trolls. Through song, Barnett is using the medium she knows best to return fire. Every lyric is memorable as Barnett quotes one of the more creative burns she’s received in a comments section, “I could eat a bowl of alphabet soup and spit out better words than you”. It would be pure comedy if it didn’t invariably and insidiously cross over into anxiety about ones safety in the real world... illustrated perfectly by the chorus which borrows from a famous Margaret Atwood quote “I want to walk through the park in the dark / Men are scared that women will laugh at them / I want to walk through the park in the dark / Women are scared that men will kill them / I hold my keys between my fingers”. Barnett and her band will play a short series of rare intimate album warm-up parties in May - tickets are on sale now. All tickets these shows include a copy of the album on digital, CD or vinyl formats! Tell Me How You Really Feel will be released on May 18th through Mom + Pop, Marathon Artists and Barnett’s own label Milk! Records. Absolutely no refunds - no exceptions. Lineups and times are subject to change. Valid Gov't issued photo ID required. Tickets available at the door. No re-entry. Marathon Music Works 1402 Clinton St. Nashville, TN 37206 www.marathonmusicworks.com www.facebook.com/marathonmusicworks www.twitter.com/mmusicworks www.instagram.com/marathonmusicworks Tickets for all shows at Marathon Music Works will be available online at www.marathonmusicworks.com or by phone at 877.4.FLY.TIX. Or purchase tickets in person at the Marathon Music Works Box Office (Fridays 10am-4pm).
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