Grammy and Brit nominated Australian singer/songwriter Courtney Barnett follows up her critically acclaimed debut Sometimes I Sit And Think And Sometimes I Just Sit (2015) and top 10 collaborative record, Lotta Sea Lice (2017) with Kurt Vile with her second studio effort Tell Me How You Really Feel. One of the most distinctive voices in music, Barnett is known for mixing witty observations with unflinching self-assessment. And although all of the cleaver turns of phrase and an eye for story telling are still here; this new collection ushers in a more serious and outwardly tone which captures the current social landscape while retaining moments of intimacy and warmth. The songs feel comforting and emphatic yet still simmer with a raw energy and the ability to make the listener really think. Scathing lead single "Nameless, Faceless" takes an ax to internet trolls, chauvinist pigs and even has Kim and Kelley Deal from the Breeders on vocals during the head flattening chorus.