May 14, 2014 9:56

Courtney Barnett and Billy Bragg cover The Velvet Underground – watch

The singers performed together on Australian TV show RocKwiz

Courtney Barnett and Billy Bragg have joined forced to perform a cover of The Velvet Underground's 'Sunday Morning' – watch it above.

The two singers appeared on Australian music trivia show RocKwiz earlier this week.

Barnett, who recently finished recording her debut album, is currently on a UK tour. She will play in York tonight (May 14), and will also stop in Hull, Sheffield, Birmingham, Leicester and Southampton.

Barnett and her band, The Courtney Barnetts, will also make appearances at Glastonbury, Field Day, Liverpool Sound City, Live At Leeds and The Great Escape as well as Primavera in Spain and Portugal.

Courtney Barnett will play:

York The Duchess (14)
Hull The Adelphi (15)
Sheffield The Harley (17)
Birmingham Hare & Hounds (18)
Leicester Musician (19)
Southampton Joiners (20)


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