Barns Courtney is on the road promoting his recently released debut studio long-player, The Attractions of Youth, which emerged back on Sept. 29 via Virgin EMI and Universal Records. The 14-track collection features the singles “Glitter & Gold,” “Fire,” “Golden Dandelions,” “Never Let You Down,” and “Kicks.”
Prior to the release of The Attractions of Youth, the singer-songwriter dropped the Dull Drums EP.
Courtney has previously opened for artists like The Who, Blur, Ed Sheeran, The Libertines, Fitz and The Tantrums, and Tom Odell. He’s also performed at prominent music festivals like SXSW, BottleRock Napa Valley, and Governors Ball.
Opening the show will be Craig Stickland, a Canadian indie rock singer-songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist. The musician released his debut, Leave Me To The Wild, in January 2016 via 21 Music. The EP is anchored by lead single “I Hope We Don’t Break Up.” It also includes the tracks “All My Life,” “Deja Vu,” and “Liquor Store Blues.”
Stickland previously performed in the band We Are The Take, which recorded with Grammy-Award winning producer David Bottrill, who previously worked with Muse and Tool.
Tickets, $18, are available here at AXS.com. A digital download of Barns Courtney’s latest album, Attractions of Youth, will be included with every ticket purchased. Doors open at 9 p.m. This is an 18 and over event. Great Scott is located at 1222 Commonwealth Avenue in Allston, Massachusetts. For more information, visit Barns Courtney’s website, Craig Stickland on Facebook, and Great Scott’s website.