Barns Courtney

Barns Courtney was born Barnaby George Courtney in Ipswich, England on Nov 17, 1990. He used to be part of the bands Sleeper Cell and also Dive Bella Dive. He released “Glitter & Gold” in 2015. This song landed on top of the Spotify Viral Chart in the UK and also on the iTunes Alternative Chart at No. 2.

In the same year, Courtney released the song “Fire” which became part of the movie Burnt starring Bradley Cooper. Another song, “Hobo Rocket” became part of FIFA 17’s soundtrack.

In early 2017, he released an EP – Dull Drums. This was followed by the release of his debut album The Attractions of Youth which includes eight songs. He released the single “Sinners” in 2017 and another single “99” in 2018. He also appears in Underline The Sky’s “We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together.”

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