Courtney Barnett announces release date for new album ‘Things Take Time, Take Time”



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Australian singer + songwriter Courtney Barnett announced that Things Take Time, Take Time will be coming out on November 12th via Mom+Pop Music/Marathon Artists. This assemblage of emotive material materialized over the last two years of writing and recording and recorded back and forth between Melbourne and Sydney, Australia, said the songstress. Producer and drummer Stella Mozgawa (Warpaint, Tom Jones, Regina Spektor) added her contributions. This project follows the alterative-indie singer’s 2018 sophomore record Tell Me How You Really Feel.

In anticipation of the fall release, Barnett released the first single, “Rae Street.” It’s a traditional folk ballad showing off the singer + songwriter’s distinctive offerings and original lyricism. Additionally, Barnett collaborated with WAM Bleakley to produce a video clip with coinciding the album announcement.

She sings,“Next door the kids run amok/ The mother screams, ‘Don’t you ever shut up?’/ And there’s one thing I know/ The sun will rise today and tomorrow.”


Shortly after releasing her newest album, the alternative-indie songwriter will be heading out on tour beginning on November 29th in Las Vegas and ending February 12th in Toronto while hitting significant stops in Philadelphia, San Diego, Chicago, Detroit, and many more along the way. Special guests Julia Jacklin, Bartees Strange, Shamir, Bedouine, and Warpaint, will be opening, each on selected dates.

Pre-order Things Take Time, Take Time here. Get your tickets here.

Things Take Time, Take Time Tracklist

  1. “Rae Street”
  2. “Sunfair Sundown”
  3. “Here’s The Thing”
  4. “Before You Gotta Go”
  5. “Turning Green”
  6. “Take It Day by Day”
  7. “If I Don’t Hear From You Tonight”
  8. “Write A List of Things to Look For”
  9. “Splendour”
  10. “Oh the Night”


NOV 29 Las Vegas, NV – Brooklyn Bowl
DEC 1 Boise, ID – Knitting Factory
DEC 2 Salt Lake City, UT – Depot
DEC 4 Phoenix, AZ – Van Buren
DEC 5 San Diego, CA – Observatory North Park
DEC 9 Los Angeles, CA – The Theatre at Ace Hotel
DEC 10 Los Angeles, CA – The Theatre at Ace Hotel
DEC 12 Oakland, CA – Fox Theatre
DEC 14 Seattle, WA – Paramount Theatre
DEC 15 Vancouver, BC – Commodore
JAN 22 Minneapolis, MN – Palace Theatre
JAN 23 Chicago, IL – Chicago Theatre
JAN 25
Detroit, MI – Masonic Temple Theatre
JAN 26
Columbus, OH – Express Live!
JAN 28
Nashville, TN – Ryman Theatre
JAN 29
Atlanta, GA – The Eastern
JAN 31
Asheville, NC – Orange Peel
Washington, DC – 9:30 Club
Washinton, DC – 9:30 Club
Philadelphia, PA – The Met
New York, NY – Radio City Music Hall
FEB 8 Boston, MA – Wang Theatre
FEB 10 Burlington, VT – Higher Ground
FEB 11
Montreal, QC – Mtelus
FEB 12
Toronto, ON – Massey Hall

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