Courtney Barnett has announced a new instrumental album. End of the Day (Music From the Film Anonymous Club) is out September 8 (via Milk!/Mom+Pop). It features music that Barnett had conceived for the 2021 documentary Anonymous Club. Below, watch a video for the record’s first three tracks, “Start Somewhere,” “Life Balance,” and “First Slow.”

In support of the new album, Barnett has also announced a brief North American tour, which kicks off October 11 in Brattleboro, Vermont. See a full list of tour dates below.

End of the Day will mark the final album released on Barnett’s label, Milk! Records, which she founded with Jen Cloher in 2012. Barnett plans to close the label. “It has been one of the great honours of my life to be a part of this incredible community and to work alongside so many amazing artists,” Barnett shared on Twitter. “Thank you to every single person involved XO.”

End of the Day (Music From the Film Anonymous Club):

01 Start Somewhere
02 Life Balance
03 First Slow
04 A to B
05 (Electricity)
06 Two Circles Reflecting
07 End of the Day
08 Floating Down
09 Spring Ascends
10 Intro
11 B to C
12 Like Water
13 Gold Room
14 Sun Through
15 River
16 Get on With It
17 Eternity Repeat

Courtney Barnett: 

10-11 Brattleboro, VT – Stone Church
10-12 New York, NY – National Sawdust
10-13 New York, NY – National Sawdust
10-14 Philadelphia, PA – Sanctuary First Unitarian Church
10-15 Washington, D.C. – The Atlantis
11-03 Los Angeles, CA – Masonic Lodge
11-04 Los Angeles, CA – Masonic Lodge
04-04-08 Puerto Aventuras, Mexico – One Big Holiday
06-15 Manchester, England – Old Trafford ^
06-17 Glasgow, Scotland – Hampden Park ^
06-22 London, England – London Stadium ^
06-27 Birmingham, England – Villa Park ^

^ with Foo Fighters


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