Before the Melbourne artist rose to critical acclaim, Courtney Barnett used money she borrowed from her grandmother to start her own record label, Milk! Records, on which she released her first two EPs, I've Got A Friends Called Emily Farris and How to Carve A Carrot Into a Rose, long before they were later were repackaged as The Double EP: A Sea of Split Peas via Mom & Pop Music.
Next month Milk! Records will return, releasing their second compilation following 2014’s A Pair Of Pears (With Shadows), Good For You. It was recorded over a single weekend in September 2015, and includes an original from Barnett called “Three Packs A Day", which you can listen to below.
Good For You also features new material from Jen Cloher, Fraser A. Gorman, and the East Brunswick All Girls Choir, and can be preordered here.