Play Guitar with Courtney Barnett in Her "Sunday Roast" Video

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Play Guitar with Courtney Barnett in Her "Sunday Roast" Video

Courtney Barnett  has revealed the music video for “Sunday Roast,” taken from her forthcoming album Tell Me How You Really Feel, out on May 18 via Mom+Pop / Marathon Artists / Milk! Records.

Tell Me How You Really Feel is Barnett’s second solo album, which follows her smash-hit debut full-length Sometimes I Sit And Think, And Sometimes I Just Sit. Barnett unveiled three other cuts from her new album earlier this year: “City Looks Pretty,” “Nameless Faceless” and “Need a Little Time.”

In her video for “Sunday Roast,” Barnett takes the reins as guitar teacher as various close-up shots of Barnett’s guitar playing move across the screen. She plays while sitting in front of a purple backdrop casually held up by two of her bandmates, who, at various points, sing along, accidentally drop the backdrop and check their cell phones.

Barnett is currently embarking on a short string of U.S. warm-up shows, which wrap up in Chicago on May 21, but she will also play more tour dates across North America, the U.K. and Europe, with an impressive lineup of special guests. Support will come from the likes of Waxahatchee, Jay Som, Julien Baker, Big Thief, Molly Burch, Vagabon, LALA LALA, Loose Tooth and Palehound. Paste recently caught Barnett’s set at Atlanta’s Shaky Knees Music Festival, as well.

Watch the new video for “Sunday Roast” via Amazon Music and watch a Paste Cloud video of Barnett performing the lead track from her debut album below. Check out her upcoming tour dates further down and you can preorder Tell Me How You Really Feel here.

Courtney Barnett Tour Dates:

April
29 – Fort Worth, Texas @ Fortress Festival

May
04 – Atlanta, Ga. @ Shaky Knees Festival
06 – San Francisco, Calif. @ August Hall (SOLD OUT) ^
10 – Los Angeles, Calif. @ The Sanctuary at Pico Union (SOLD OUT) ^
14 – Austin, Texas @ Saengerrunde Hall (SOLD OUT) !
16 – Philadelphia, Pa. @ Union Transfer (SOLD OUT) &
19 – Brooklyn, N.Y. @ Music Hall Of Williamsburg (SOLD OUT) &
21 – Chicago, Ill. @ Preston Bradley Hall at Tiffany Dome (SOLD OUT) +
25 – Belfast, U.K. @ The Biggest Weekend
29 – Leeds, U.K. @ O2 Academy Leeds *
30 – Brussels, Belgium @ Ancienne Belgique *
31 – Utrecht, Netherlands @ Tivoli Vredenburg *

June
02 – Glasgow, U.K. @ Barrowland *
03 – London, U.K. @ All Points East
04 – Manchester, U.K. @ Manchester Academy *
05 – Bristol, U.K. @ O2 Academy Bristol *
06 – London, U.K. @ Roundhouse *
09 – Paris, France @ Bataclan *
10 – Luxembourg City, Luxembourg @ Den Atelier *
11 – Berlin, Germany @ Astra Kulturhaus *
13 – Cologne, Germany @ Live Music Hall *

July
10 – Toronto, Ontario @ Danforth Music Hall #
11 – Ottawa, Ontario @ Ottawa Bluesfest
12 – North Adams, Ma. @ Mass MoCA #
13 – Louisville, Ky. @ Forecastle Festival
14 – Columbus, Ohio @ Newport Music Hall #
17 – St. Louis, Mo. @ The Pageant #
18 – Kansas City, Mo. @ The Truman #
21 – Minneapolis, Minn. @ Surly Brewing Festival Field % $
24 – Washington, D.C. @ The Anthem #
25 – Brooklyn, N.Y. @ Celebrate Brooklyn # %
28 – Newport, R.I. @ Newport Folk Festival 

(^ – Jay Som supports)
(% – Julien Baker supports)
($ – Big Thief supports)
(# – Vagabon supports)
(* – Loose Tooth supports)
(! – Molly Burch supports)
(+ – LALA LALA supports)
(& – Palehound supports)

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