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Courtney Barnett teams up with Kim and Kelley Deal for a blast through 'Nameless, Faceless'

The 'collab' happened at the BBC's Biggest Weekend bash.
Published: 7:27 am, May 28, 2018
Courtney Barnett teams up with Kim and Kelley Deal for a blast through 'Nameless, Faceless'
There’s no Glastonbury this year - you may have noticed. Because of that, the good ol’ BBC decided - rather than shift their wall to wall coverage to one of the other UK festivals - they’d expand their annual Big Weekend and make it, y’know, even bigger.

So, over the past few days, loads of huge names have been playing at various venues across the UK for BBC Music’s Biggest Weekend. At normal festivals, you don’t get Ed Sheeran opening stages, or Taylor Swift showing up for a quick 30 minute set - but in the world of major broadcaster organised events, anything is possible.

It also means loads - LOADS - of footage is available online. Including this - last month’s Dork cover star Courtney Barnett teaming up with none other than the bloody Breeders’ Kim and Kelley Deal on backing vocals to blast through recent single ‘Nameless, Faceless’.

Check out the video below, and catch up with the full set here.

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