Watch Courtney Barnett reveals video for ‘Everybody Here Hates You’

Courtney Barnett reveals video for ‘Everybody Here Hates You’

Take a trip through Courtney’s brain - literally - in the new video.

After debuting the track last week, Courtney Barnett has now shared the video for new song ‘Everybody Here Hates You’, in which we take a trip through the singer’s brain - quite literally. Watch the video below.

The song was recorded late in 2018 during a break from her ‘Tell Me How You Really Feel’ world tour. It follows on from her last track ‘Small Talk’, which was released late last year, and was written during the sessions for her most recent album.

Courtney is also set to head out on an extensive tour of Europe this summer - see the dates below.

Catch up with our interview with Courtney around the release of ‘Tell Me How You Really Feel’ here.

MAY
06 Athens, Fuzz Live Music Club
18 Istanbul, Babylon Club
20 Budapest, Akvarium Klub
21 Zagreb, Culture Factory
25 London, All Point East
27 La Rochelle, La Sirène
28 Biarritz, Atabal
30 Barcelona, Primavera Sound
31 Nimes, This Is Not A Love Song Festival

JUNE
01 Dudingen, Bad Bonn Kilbi
02 Paris, We Love Green Festival
03 Marina Di Ravenna, IT at Beaches Brew Festival
04 Ravenna, Beaches Brew Festival
07 Porto, NOS Primavera Sound

AUGUST
23 Charleville-Mézières, Cabaret Vert
24 Amsterdam, Once In A Blue Moon
29 Dorset, End of the Road Festival
30 Manchester, Manchester Psych Festival

SEPTEMBER
01 County Laois, Electric Picnic
07 Berlin, Lollapalooza Berlin

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