Since the release of her modern classic Sometimes I Sit And Think, Sometimes I Just Sit in 2015, Courtney Barnett has become well acquainted with late-night television stages across the US.

In celebration of her latest release, Tell Me How You Really Feel, Barnett has taken to the coveted stage of the Tonight Show starring Jimmy Fallon yet again, to perform a rousing rendition of ‘Nameless, Faceless’.

Donning her signature left-handed Fender, Courtney led the band through the warbling alt-rock burner that features a pensive lyrical musing on women’s safety.

Check out the performance below:

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Last month Barnett gave fans an exclusive insight into the new record, with an intimate gig at Richmond’s Bakehouse Studios to give fans a taste of what the new record could sound like, debuting the track ‘Sunday Roast’ live.

She also took to the famous Rage couch this weekend, to pick out tracks from the likes of X-Ray Spex, Sleater-Kinney, Grace Jones and PJ Harvey, as well as locals faves like Camp Cope, Sampa The Great, and even Paul Kelly.

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

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