Last Friday, Courtney Barnett released her excellent second full length Tell Me What You Really Feel, one of the year’s most poignant displays of alt-rock and healing storytelling.

Continuing her stint embarking on world-domination, the Aussie superstar took to the stage of BBC’s The Biggest Weekend in Belfast to give international fans a taste of what her new album has to offer.

During the show, The Breeders Kim and Kelley Deal jumped up onstage with Barnett, lending their sweet back up vocals to a rendition of ‘Nameless, Faceless’. The performance saw Barnett sling her signature left-handed Fender with the Deal’s offering up a few adorable hand gestures during the song.

Check out the epic rendition of the track below:

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Barnett provided backing vocals on the Breeders track ‘Howl At The Summit’, featured on their latest album All Nerve, released in March this year.

The Breeders aren’t the only famous Courtney lovers showing their admiration for the Aussie, with Bono allegedly popping up to watch a recent gig of hers. 

Courtney Barnett 2018 Australian tour

(With special guests East Brunswick All Girls Choir (except Sydney))

Friday, August 17th
Thebarton Theatre, Adelaide, SA

Saturday, August 18th
Metropolis, Fremantle, WA

Wednesday, August 22nd
The Tivoli, Brisbane, QLD

Thursday, August 23rd
Sydney Opera House, Sydney, NSW

Saturday, August 25th
Sydney Opera House, Sydney, NSW

Saturday, September 1st
Festival Hall, Melbourne, VIC

Tickets on sale now from Courtney Barnett’s website