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Courtney Melba Barnett (born 3 November 1987) is an Australian singer, songwriter and musician. Known for her witty, rambling lyrics and deadpan singing style,[1] Barnett attracted attention with the release of her debut EP, I've Got A Friend Called Emily Ferris. International interest from the UK and North American music press came with the release of The Double EP: A Sea of Split Peas in October 2013.[2] Barnett's debut album, Sometimes I Sit and Think, and Sometimes I Just Sit, was released in 2015 to widespread acclaim. At the ARIA Music Awards of 2015 she won four awards from eight nominations. She was nominated for Best New Artist at the 58th Annual Grammy Awards
58th Annual Grammy Awards
and for International Female Solo Artist at the 2016 Brit Awards.[3][4] In 2017 she released Lotta Sea Lice, a collaborative album with Kurt Vile.[5][6] On 15 February 2018, Barnett released the single "Nameless, Faceless" followed by "Need a Little Time" on 15th March 2018. Her new album, Tell Me How You Really Feel
Tell Me How You Really Feel
is due for release on 18 May 2018.[7]

Contents

1 Early life 2 Career 3 Equipment and playing style 4 Personal life 5 Backing band members

5.1 Current 5.2 Former

6 Discography

6.1 Studio albums 6.2 Extended plays 6.3 Singles

7 Awards and nominations

7.1 APRA Music Awards (Australasian Performing Right Association) 7.2 ARIA Music Awards (Australian Recording Industry Association) 7.3 Grammy Awards 7.4 Brit Awards

8 See also 9 References 10 External links

Early life[edit] Courtney Melba Barnett[8] was born in Sydney
Sydney
on 3 November 1987.[9] She grew up in Sydney's Northern Beaches. When she was 16, her family moved to Hobart. She attended St Michael's Collegiate School
St Michael's Collegiate School
and Tasmanian School of Art.[10] Having grown up on American bands, she discovered Australian singer-songwriters Darren Hanlon
Darren Hanlon
and Paul Kelly which inspired her to start writing songs.[11] Career[edit]

Barnett performing in March 2015

From 2010 to 2011 Barnett played second guitar in Melbourne
Melbourne
garage grunge band, Rapid Transit. They released one self-titled album on cassette. Between 2011 and 2013 she was a member of Australian psych-country band, Immigrant Union, a musical project founded by Brent DeBoer
Brent DeBoer
(of The Dandy Warhols) and Bob Harrow. Along with sharing vocal duties, Barnett predominantly played slide guitar and is on the band's second studio album, Anyway. DeBoer also played drums on Barnett's first extended play, I've Got a Friend called Emily Ferris.[12] It appeared in 2012 on Barnett's own label, Milk! Records. In 2013 Barnett played lead guitar on Jen Cloher's third studio album, In Blood Memory, which was released on Milk! Records. Following the release of her first EP, Barnett signed to Marathon Artists (via its imprint House Anxiety). In August 2013, Marathon Artists released The Double EP: A Sea of Split Peas, a combined package of Barnett's first EP and her second EP, How To Carve A Carrot Into a Rose.[13] The Double EP brought Barnett international critical acclaim, with "Avant Gardener", the lead single, named Track of the Day by Q Magazine
Q Magazine
and Best New Track by Pitchfork Media
Pitchfork Media
in 2013.[14][15] It was named the album of the week by Stereogum[16] The track "History Eraser" was nominated for the APRA Song of the Year.[17] How To Carve A Carrot Into a Rose was released on a limited run by Milk! Records as a standalone EP in October 2013. Marathon Artists House Anxiety partnered with Mom + Pop Music
Mom + Pop Music
for the U.S. release of The Double EP in 2014.[18]

Barnett performing at Coachella in 2016

Milk! Records released a compilation EP, A Pair of Pears (with Shadows), on 10" white vinyl in September 2014, following a crowd sourcing campaign in July that year. The EP included a Barnett track, "Pickles from the Jar", the song was voted in at number 51 in Triple J's Hottest 100 for 2014.[19] On 30 January 2015, Barnett released details on her upcoming full-length album, recorded in April 2014 with Burke Reid, along with two singles, "Pedestrian at Best" and "Depreston" and accompanying music videos. The music video for "Pedestrian at Best" features Cloher and Fraser A Gorman. Her debut album, Sometimes I Sit and Think, and Sometimes I Just Sit, was released worldwide via Milk! Records (Australia), Marathon Artists / House Anxiety (UK & Rest of World),[20] and Mom + Pop Music
Mom + Pop Music
(US) on 23 March 2015,[21] and was accompanied by tours in the UK and Europe, America, and Australasia.[22][23] Sometimes I Sit and Think was met with critical acclaim,[24] The Guardian,[25] The Times,[26] Pitchfork[27] and the Chicago Tribune.[28]

Barnett performing in March 2016

In August 2015, Barnett's UK label, Marathon Artists, in partnership with Mom + Pop Music
Mom + Pop Music
and Milk! Records, launched a global, guerilla campaign for the release of her single Nobody Really Cares If You Don't Go To The Party.[29] Billboards and posters bearing the song's title went up in London, New York, LA, Melbourne
Melbourne
and Sydney.[30] The campaign garnered a lot of interest online and across social media and culminated in a surprise busking gig in Camden, London.[31] In concert, Dan Luscombe (of The Drones) has often played lead guitar, having featured on both, How to Carve a Carrot Into a Rose and Sometimes I Sit and Think, and Sometimes I Just Sit, the latter of which he also co-produced. When Luscombe was not available, the band performed as a trio, with Barnett handling all guitar duties. Luscombe did not play on Barnett's 2015 tours, however, and she now refers to the band as the "CB3" on her Facebook page. The CB3 moniker also features prominently on drummer Dave Mudie's bass drum. Barnett was nominated in eight categories at the ARIA Music Awards of 2015, and won four trophies: Breakthrough Artist, Best Female Artist, Best Independent Release and Best Cover Art for Sometimes I Sit and Think, and Sometimes I Just Sit.[32] At the end of 2015, Barnett was nominated for a Grammy Award
Grammy Award
in the Best New Artist category.[33] She was later nominated for Best International Female in 2016 for the Brit awards.[34] On 21 May 2016, she was the musical guest on the season finale of Saturday Night Live's 41st season, hosted by Fred Armisen.[35] In January 2016, Barnett appeared on the cover of Australian music magazine, Happy Mag.[36] And on 27 May 2016, she was the musical guest on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon. In 2017, Barnett and Kurt Vile
Kurt Vile
recorded the collaborative album Lotta Sea Lice, released via Matador Records, Marathon Artists and Milk! Records on October 13th.[37][6] Some of the album collaborators include Stella Mozgawa, Mick Harvey
Mick Harvey
and the Dirty Three's Mick Tuner and Jim White.[6] The lead single "Over Everything" was released on August 30th 2017 accompanied by the music video directed by Danny Cohen. "Over Everything" initially sparked the pair's collaboration, after Philadelphia-based Vile wrote the song with the Melbourne-based Barnett's voice in mind.[6] The second single "Continental Breakfast" was released on 26th September 2017. In June 2017 Vile and Barnett announced a North American tour. The duo will be backed by the Sea Lice, a band featuring Janet Weiss
Janet Weiss
(Sleater-Kinney, Wild Flag), Rob Laakso (The Violators, The Swirlies, Mice Parade), Stella Mozgawa (Warpaint), and Katie Harkin
Katie Harkin
(Sky Larkin, touring member of Sleater-Kinney
Sleater-Kinney
and Wild Beasts).[38][39] On 12 February 2018, Barnett teased a new album on her social media accounts, featuring Barnett trying out various musical instruments with the clip ending with the tagline Tell Me How You Really Feel.[40] On 15 February, Barnett released the single "Nameless, Faceless" alongside an accompanying animated music video and her sophomore solo album release date was announced for 18 May 2018, titled Tell Me How You Really Feel. Equipment and playing style[edit] Barnett plays left handed, using mostly left-hand constructed guitars, with standard tuning and string order for left-handed players (low strings at top, high strings at the bottom). She occasionally plays right-handed guitars upside down, but does not prefer it. She learned to play on acoustic guitars, and disliking the sound of a pick, developed her own method of fingerstyle guitar which she later translated to use on the electric guitar. She is capable of using a pick (and claims she could probably play better with one), but prefers to play with just her fingers, strumming with both her thumb and index finger on rhythm parts, and using her index finger as one would use a pick for lead parts. She prefers to play in standard tuning, even when playing alongside other artists using alternate tunings.[41] Among her guitars she uses for performance and recording are a Harmony H59, and a number of Fender Guitars, including Telecasters, Stratocasters, and Jaguars, which she strings with Ernie Ball
Ernie Ball
Power Slinky strings in the 0.011 − 0.048 guage. She plays through Fender Hot Rod Deville and Fender Deluxe amplifiers, with a number of effects pedals, including a Fulltone OCD overdrive pedal, a "cheap delay pedal", and a chorus pedal.[41]<[42] Personal life[edit] Barnett is openly gay and is in a relationship with fellow singer-songwriter Jen Cloher.[43] The song "Numbers" was co-written by Barnett and Cloher about their relationship. Barnett's song "Pickles from the Jar" also details their relationship, and Cloher is mentioned by name in the first line of "Dead Fox". Barnett admits to Cloher being a "huge constant influence" on her music.[44] Barnett also plays guitar in Cloher's band. Barnett is left-handed and plays guitars which are designed for left-handed players.[8] Backing band members[edit]

Current[edit]

Bones Sloane – bass, backing vocals Dave Mudie – drums, backing vocals

Former[edit]

Dan Luscombe – lead guitar Pete Convery – bass Alex Hamilton – guitar Alex Francis – guitar Madeleine Duke - backing vocals Jen Sholakis - drums

Discography[edit] Studio albums[edit]

Title Details Peak chart positions Certifications

AUS [45] IRE [46] NLD [47] NZ [48] UK [49] US [50]

Sometimes I Sit and Think, and Sometimes I Just Sit

Released: 20 March 2015 Label: Milk! Records, Marathon Artists, House Anxiety, Mom + Pop Formats: 12" vinyl, CD, Cassette, digital download

4 28 26 19 16 20

ARIA: Gold[51]

Lotta Sea Lice
Lotta Sea Lice
(with Kurt Vile)

Released: 13 October 2017 Label: Matador Records, Milk! Records, Marathon Artists Formats: 12" vinyl, CD, digital download

5 [52] 36 [53] 27 12 [54] 11 51

Tell Me How You Really Feel

Released: 18 May 2018 Label: Matador Records, Milk! Records, Marathon Artists Formats: 12" vinyl, CD, digital download

To be released

Extended plays[edit]

Year Title Format Released Label

2012 I've Got a Friend Called Emily Ferris CD/Digital/10" vinyl 2 April 2012 Milk! Records

2013 How to Carve a Carrot into a Rose CD/Digital 15 October 2013 Milk! Records

2014 The Double EP: A Sea of Split Peas 12" vinyl CD/Digital 20 May 2014 Milk! Records Marathon Artists House Anxiety Mom + Pop Music

Singles[edit]

List of singles, with selected chart positions, showing year released and album name

Year Title Peak chart positions Album

AUS[45] US AAA[55] UK[56]

2013 "Avant Gardener" — — — The Double EP: A Sea of Split Peas

"History Eraser" — — —

2015 "Pedestrian at Best" — — — Sometimes I Sit and Think, and Sometimes I Just Sit

"Depreston" — — —

"Dead Fox" — 22 —

"Nobody Really Cares If You Don't Go to the Party" — — —

2016 "Three Packs a Day" — — — non-album single

2017 "How to Boil an Egg" — — —

"Over Everything" (with Kurt Vile) — — — Lotta Sea Lice

"Continental Breakfast" (with Kurt Vile) — — —

2018 "Nameless, Faceless" — 24 — Tell Me How You Really Feel

"Need a Little Time" — — —

Awards and nominations[edit] APRA Music Awards (Australasian Performing Right Association)[edit]

Year Recipient / Nominated Work Award Result

2016 Courtney Barnett Songwriter of the Year Won

"Pedestrian at Best" Song of the Year Nominated

ARIA Music Awards (Australian Recording Industry Association)[edit]

Year Recipient / Nominated Work Award Result

2014 "Avant Gardener" – Charlie Ford (Director) Best Video Nominated

2015 Sometimes I Sit and Think, and Sometimes I Just Sit Best Cover Art Won

Best Independent Release Won

Album of the Year Nominated

Best Rock Album Nominated

Courtney Barnett Breakthrough Artist Won

Best Female Artist Won

Best Australian Live Act Nominated

"Pedestrian at Best" – Charlie Ford (Director) Best Video Nominated

2016 Courtney Barnett Best Australian Live Act Nominated

"Elevator Operator" – Sunny Leunig (Director) Best Video Nominated

Grammy Awards[edit]

Year Recipient / Nominated Work Award Result

2016 Courtney Barnett Best New Artist Nominated

Brit Awards[edit]

Year Recipient / Nominated Work Award Result

2016 Courtney Barnett International Female Solo Artist Nominated

See also[edit]

List of musicians who play left-handed

References[edit]

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v t e

ARIA Award for Breakthrough Artist

Album

...Ish by 1927 (1989) Tales of the City by Rockmelons (1989) Matchbook by Ian Moss
Ian Moss
(1990) Safety in Numbers by Margaret Urlich
Margaret Urlich
(1991) Baby Animals by Baby Animals (1992) Marvin the Album
Marvin the Album
by Frente!
Frente!
(1993) Get on Board by The Badloves (1994) Frogstomp
Frogstomp
by Silverchair
Silverchair
(1995) Tu-Plang by Regurgitator
Regurgitator
(1996) Savage Garden
Savage Garden
by Savage Garden
Savage Garden
(1997) Left of the Middle
Left of the Middle
by Natalie Imbruglia
Natalie Imbruglia
(1998) The Living End
The Living End
by The Living End
The Living End
(1999) Reflector by Killing Heidi (2000) Since I Left You
Since I Left You
by The Avalanches
The Avalanches
(2001) Polyserena
Polyserena
by George (2002) Innocent Eyes by Delta Goodrem
Delta Goodrem
(2003) Get Born
Get Born
by Jet (2004) The Sound of White
The Sound of White
by Missy Higgins
Missy Higgins
(2005) Wolfmother
Wolfmother
by Wolfmother
Wolfmother
(2006) Sneaky Sound System
Sneaky Sound System
by Sneaky Sound System
Sneaky Sound System
(2007) Lessons to Be Learned
Lessons to Be Learned
by Gabriella Cilmi
Gabriella Cilmi
(2008) Ladyhawke by Ladyhawke (2009) Moonfire by Boy & Bear (2011)

Single

"That's When I Think of You" by 1927 (1989) "Tucker's Daughter" by Ian Moss
Ian Moss
(1990) "Token Angels" by Wendy Matthews (1991) "Early Warning" by Baby Animals (1992) "Ordinary Angels" by Frente!
Frente!
(1993) "Lost" by The Badloves (1994) "Tomorrow" by Silverchair
Silverchair
(1995) "It's Alright" by Deni Hines (1996) "Shut My Eyes" / "Eight Step Rail" by The Superjesus (1997) "Torn" by Natalie Imbruglia
Natalie Imbruglia
(1998) "Lucky Star" by Alex Lloyd
Alex Lloyd
(1999) "Get Set" by Taxiride (1999) "Don't Call Me Baby" by Madison Avenue (2000) "Frontier Psychiatrist" by The Avalanches
The Avalanches
(2001) "Get Free" by The Vines (2002) "Born to Try" by Delta Goodrem
Delta Goodrem
(2003) "Are You Gonna Be My Girl" by Jet (2004) "O Yeah" by End of Fashion
End of Fashion
(2005) "Forever Young" by Youth Group
Youth Group
(2006) "Just a Song About Ping Pong" by Operator Please
Operator Please
(2007) "Sweet About Me" by Gabriella Cilmi
Gabriella Cilmi
(2008) "My Delirium" by Ladyhawke (2009) "Feeding Line" by Boy & Bear (2011)

Release

I Believe You Liar
I Believe You Liar
by Megan Washington
Megan Washington
(2010) Falling & Flying by 360 (2012) Flume by Flume (2013) The New Classic
The New Classic
by Iggy Azalea
Iggy Azalea
(2014) Sometimes I Sit and Think, and Sometimes I Just Sit
Sometimes I Sit and Think, and Sometimes I Just Sit
by Courtney Barnett (2015)

v t e

ARIA Award for Best Female Artist

Jenny Morris (1987) Jenny Morris (1988) Kate Ceberano
Kate Ceberano
(1989) Kate Ceberano
Kate Ceberano
(1990) Wendy Matthews (1991) Deborah Conway
Deborah Conway
(1992) Wendy Matthews (1993) Wendy Matthews (1994) Tina Arena
Tina Arena
(1995) Christine Anu
Christine Anu
(1996) Monique Brumby
Monique Brumby
(1997) Natalie Imbruglia
Natalie Imbruglia
(1998) Natalie Imbruglia
Natalie Imbruglia
(1999) Kasey Chambers
Kasey Chambers
(2000) Kylie Minogue
Kylie Minogue
(2001) Kasey Chambers
Kasey Chambers
(2002) Delta Goodrem
Delta Goodrem
(2003) Kasey Chambers
Kasey Chambers
(2004) Missy Higgins
Missy Higgins
(2005) Clare Bowditch
Clare Bowditch
(2006) Missy Higgins
Missy Higgins
(2007) Gabriella Cilmi
Gabriella Cilmi
(2008) Sarah Blasko
Sarah Blasko
(2009) Washington (2010) Kimbra
Kimbra
(2011) Kimbra
Kimbra
(2012) Jessica Mauboy
Jessica Mauboy
(2013) Sia (2014) Courtney Barnett
Courtney Barnett
(2015) Sia (2016)

Authority control

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