More introverted than her debut, Courtney Barnett’s sophmore solo album is tentative but with a purpose, songs about what it means to not have, or need the right words for everything. Trying to make it through one day at a time, Barnett offers a startling document of unusual times, days that cycle between rage and doubt, between resignation and hopefulness. These are days where you have to know who’s in your corner and who can’t be trusted, where the benefits of random kindness and the consequences of random cruelty seem unnaturally low.
Trademark rockin’, punky, catchy guitar-work, driving rhythms and witty lyrics, “Tell Me How You Really Feel” is deeply personal, strong, intimate and musically pleasing.
A2. City Looks Pretty
A4. Need A Little Time
A5. Nameless, Faceless
B1. I'm Not Your Mother, I'm Not Your Bitch
B2. Crippling Self-Doubt And A General Lack Of Confidence
B3. Help Your Self
B4. Walkin' On Eggshells
B5. Sunday Roast
Media Condition: Mint (M)
Sleeve Condition: Mint (M)
Country: USA, Canada & Europe
Style: Alternative Rock
Mom + Pop,Milk! Records,Marathon Artists