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Lotta Sea Lice

Courtney Barnett & Kurt Vile

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A true wet dream for the fans of 2010s Anglo-Saxon indie rock: Courtney Barnett and Kurt Vile joined together on a disc! Recorded at the Newmarket Studio in Melbourne, Australia, and produced by Callum John Barter, their album Lotta Sea Lice exudes both sincere complicity and mutual respect. The Australian and the American have in common their fascination for the Golden Age of a certain rock ’n’ roll classical style - think Neil Young, Bruce Springsteen, Lou Reed, Kurt Cobain… It’s these values that they put through the mill of their time and tackle in a lo-fi and simple (but not simplistic) way. That doesn’t prevent the two long-haired singers to be first and foremost true songwriters. Two solid wordsmiths full of originality, self-deprecation and even caustic humor. Courtney has fun covering Kurt (Peeping Tomboy). And Kurt has fun covering Courtney (Out Of The Woodwork). Belly’s Untogether and Jen Cloher’s—Courtney Barnett’s life companion—Fear Is Like A Forest, are two other covers present on this unassuming disc which reveals itself to be one of the most convincing rock attempts of its time. Seriously. © MZ/Qobuz

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1
Over Everything
00:06:20

Kurt Vile, Artist - Courtney Barnett, Artist - Courtney Barnett & Kurt Vile, MainArtist

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2
Let It Go
00:04:33

Kurt Vile, Artist - Courtney Barnett, Artist - Courtney Barnett & Kurt Vile, MainArtist

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3
Fear Is Like a Forest
00:04:47

Kurt Vile, Artist - Courtney Barnett, Artist - Courtney Barnett & Kurt Vile, MainArtist

2017 Marathon Artists 2017 Marathon Artists Limited

4
Outta the Woodwork
00:06:21

Kurt Vile, Artist - Courtney Barnett, Artist - Courtney Barnett & Kurt Vile, MainArtist

2017 Marathon Artists 2017 Marathon Artists Limited

5
Continental Breakfast
00:04:53

Kurt Vile, Artist - Courtney Barnett, Artist - Courtney Barnett & Kurt Vile, MainArtist

2017 Marathon Artists 2017 Marathon Artists Limited

6
On Script
00:03:59

Kurt Vile, Artist - Courtney Barnett, Artist - Courtney Barnett & Kurt Vile, MainArtist

2017 Marathon Artists 2017 Marathon Artists Limited

7
Blue Cheese
00:04:37

Kurt Vile, Artist - Courtney Barnett, Artist - Courtney Barnett & Kurt Vile, MainArtist

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Peepin' Tom
00:04:14

Kurt Vile, Artist - Courtney Barnett, Artist - Courtney Barnett & Kurt Vile, MainArtist

2017 Marathon Artists 2017 Marathon Artists Limited

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Untogether
00:04:50

Kurt Vile, Artist - Courtney Barnett, Artist - Courtney Barnett & Kurt Vile, MainArtist

2017 Marathon Artists 2017 Marathon Artists Limited

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A true wet dream for the fans of 2010s Anglo-Saxon indie rock: Courtney Barnett and Kurt Vile joined together on a disc! Recorded at the Newmarket Studio in Melbourne, Australia, and produced by Callum John Barter, their album Lotta Sea Lice exudes both sincere complicity and mutual respect. The Australian and the American have in common their fascination for the Golden Age of a certain rock ’n’ roll classical style - think Neil Young, Bruce Springsteen, Lou Reed, Kurt Cobain… It’s these values that they put through the mill of their time and tackle in a lo-fi and simple (but not simplistic) way. That doesn’t prevent the two long-haired singers to be first and foremost true songwriters. Two solid wordsmiths full of originality, self-deprecation and even caustic humor. Courtney has fun covering Kurt (Peeping Tomboy). And Kurt has fun covering Courtney (Out Of The Woodwork). Belly’s Untogether and Jen Cloher’s—Courtney Barnett’s life companion—Fear Is Like A Forest, are two other covers present on this unassuming disc which reveals itself to be one of the most convincing rock attempts of its time. Seriously. © MZ/Qobuz

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