Watch Courtney Barnett perform a cover of The Lemonheads’ ‘Paid To Smile’

She also performed two tracks from her debut album.
Courtney Barnett paid a visit to Canadian presenter George Stroumboulopoulos’ house to perform in session.

She played not only her own tracks ‘Dead Fox’ and ‘Nobody Really Cares If You Don’t Go To The Party’, but a cover of The Lemonheads’ ‘Paid To Smile’, a cut from their 1993 album ‘Come on Feel the Lemonheads’.

Courtney’s debut full-length ‘Sometimes I Sit And Think, And Sometimes I Just Sit’ meanwhile was released early last year.

Watch the session below. The set list runs as follows:

0:00 Dead Fox

2:56 Nobody Really Cares If You Don’t Go To The Party

5:55 Paid To Smile (The Lemonheads Cover)

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