Courtney Barnett releases music video for 'Dead Fox'

Tuesday, May 12, 2015

Not only has her debut LP Sometimes I Sit and Think, And Sometimes I Just Think debuted at #10 on the Billboard Album Chart and #4 on the ARIA chart, she has also played sold out gigs across Australia this month - It’s official, Courtney Barnett is having a massive 2015. 

The next stellar single to be released from her LP is ‘Dead Fox’. The track is one of the brightest and most pop friendly tracks on the album. In conjunction with this, it also contains more beyond the surface, including political undertones. The song represents her stance against the destructive forces of big business and the destruction this world has endured due to big corporations.

The vivid imagery of the video shows trucks criss-crossing the country, taxidermied kangaros and “a possum Jackson Pollock…painted in tar.” It also shows animals such as foxes, emus and sharks taking bloody revenge on humans.

The video was directed by Rory Kerr and Paul Rutledge. Check it out below!