It follows months of teasing, with scores of identical giant billboards, posters, and even murals springing up around the world like the one in the video; all declaring the same unattributed statement. Whether it’s been in London, New York, Los Angeles, Melbourne or Sydney, it’s become a common sight to catch a glimpse of fans and amused newcomers snapping a pic or posing for a selfie in front of one of the spotted prints or murals.
The snapped sightings have flooded in through Courtney’s website (courtneybarnett.com.au), giving fans a vivid insight of what’s happening.
The song itself is one of the catchiest cuts from captivating debut album ‘Sometimes I Sit And Think, And Sometimes I Just Sit’, already, amongst countless accolades from the most esteemed critics all around the globe, cited by Rolling Stone as the No.1 Album of 2015. Following her sensational main stage performance at Glastonbury this summer, and numerous acclaimed TV appearances, Courtneywill be bringing her live magic back to the UK in November, including two nights at London’s Kentish Town Forum, one of which is already sold-out.
To celebrate a monumental year, today Courtney has announced a headline tour playing Perth at the Astor Theatre on Thursday 7 January, Sydney at The Enmore Theatre on Saturday 16 January andMelbourne on Friday 22 January at The Palais Theatre. Tickets for all shows are on sale now. Full ticket information and purchase links below. Joining Courtney on her Australian Theatre tour will be the amazing Cloud Control.
Along with her headline shows, Courtney Barnett will be playing the Falls Music and Arts Festivalover New Years in Lorne, Marion Bay and Byron as well as Southbound 2016.