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Australian singer-songwriter, Courtney Barnett has built up her reputation as a witty Indie Rock sensation since she burst on to the scene with her debut EP “I’ve Got A Friend Called Emily Ferris”
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With a CV of playing guitar in a band called Rapid Transit, in Melbourne around 2010, and then being a guitarist and part time singer in the psych/country band Immigrant Union, in 2011, it was in fact in 2012 that Barnett decided to start her own label called ‘Milk!’ Records. She released her own EP “I’ve Got A Friend Called Emily Ferris” that same year, which gained plenty of critical acclaim around her home country. The following year, she played guitar on Jen Cloher’s third full-length album, “In Blood Memory”, which was also released on her label.
In 2013, she released her second EP entitled “How to Carve a Carrot into a Rose”, which was led by the single “Avant Gardener” with much promotion. The story behind the song discusses how she had an anaphylactic asthma attack amidst a heat wave in Australia. The song went on to win the title “Best New Track” through Pitchfork Media, the year of release. Barnett was originally going to release two EPs, but combined the two and named it “The Double EP: A Sea of Split Peas” and released it to be available internationally on May 20th 2013, through House Anxiety/Marathon Artists. She earned the title of album of the week by Stereogum and the track “History Eraser” was nominated recently for the APRA Song of the Year.
Barnett announced in April 2014 that she recorded a full-length studio album with Burk Reid.