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Courtney Barnett 'Everybody Here Hates You' by Danny Cohen
Courtney Barnett gets introspective in her new video for Everybody Here Hates You, directed by longtime collaborator Danny Cohen. It features Australia's favourite slacker-rocker and her band performing the song from inside her brain.
Beginning with the self-deprecating lyrics “I feel stupid, I feel useless, I feel insane,” the visual approach is ideal for the sentiment of the song.
Art director Marni Kornhauser was the brains behind the cerebral set, which wraps its fuschia-coloured lobes around Courtney, after a stirring performance with bassist Bones Sloane and drummer Dave Mudie, at the end.
|Production Company||Exit Films|
|Executive Producer||Leah Churchill-brown|
|Director of Photography||Sherwin Akbarzadeh|
|Art Director||Marni Kornhauser|
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