Courtney Barnett – Elevator Operator

It should be no surprise to once again see one of Vodka’s favorite rockers, Courtney Barnett, posted here; this time with the opening track of her edgy debut LP, Sometimes I Sit And Think, and Sometimes I Just Sit. (March 2015) Elevator Operator explores the everyday rush of our world with a melody and lyric that is both comedic and accessible. 

Here at Vodka, we can’t get enough of Courtney’s music. We’ve been following her since we first posted our review of History Eraser clear back in December 2012. We’ve had plenty of positive words for this young artist, and rather than repeating them all again, we suggest that you take a look at those previous posts for some reference:

History Eraser

Scotty Says

Everybody Moves (Died Pretty cover with Dave Faulkner)

Avant Gardner

Anonymous Club

Nobody Really Cares If You Don’t Go To The Party

Sometimes I Sit And Think and Sometimes I Just Sit revisited the top seller spot of’s Alternative artists again on October 24th and has been hovering in the top 15 to 20 ever since it was released. If you still haven’t purchased any of Courtney Barnett’s music, you need to end that now. Head to her page and pick up all of her EP’s (note that a purchase of the double EP, A Sea Of Split Peas is the same as purchasing her earlier EP’s separately) and the long-player now!