Courtney Barnett has again taken the music world by storm, this time with her most thoughtful and meditative album yet. Things Take Time, Take Time is the third album from Barnett and is again receiving rave reviews from critics and fans alike. This week she stopped by the Ellen studios and performed her single ‘Write A List of Things to Look Forward to’.
To celebrate the album’s release, the 4x ARIA winner and Grammy and Brit Award nominee will be hitting the road in 2022 on her Things Take Time, Take Time tour – presented by Chugg Entertainment, Frontier Touring, Penny Drop and Village Sounds. Performing her first headline shows in over 3 years, Barnett will bring her fierce live band and universally adored millennial wit to Perth’s Astor Theatre on Thursday 10 March, The Forum in Melbourne on Thursday 17 March, and Brisbane’s The Tivoli on Saturday 26 March – with a Sydney show to be announced shortly. Tickets are on-sale now via frontiertouring.com/courtneybarnett.
Additionally, the official trailer was released this week for Barnett‘s upcoming documentary, Anonymous Club. The film is currently screeningat the Sydney Film Festival and will be screening at ACMI for Melbourne Music Week in December – tickets available via https://www.anonymousclubfilm.com. The film had its world premiere at this year’s Melbourne International Film Festival and has gone on to screen to audiences at the Brisbane International Film Festival. Anonymous Club was produced by Film Camp and is distributed in Australia by FilmArt Media and in the USA by Oscilloscope Laboratories.