Courtney Barnett | Photo by John Vettese

It was her eighth and final set of a whirlwind SXSW, but Courtney Barnett showed no signs of exhaustion. When she and her band took the stage at the Public Radio Rocks showcase, it was the same loud and lively power trio we saw at the NPR Music Showcase on opening night.

The seven-song set played to a packed Convention Center ballroom was split between Barnett’s acclaimed Sea of Split Peas double EP (which came out in 2013), and the forthcoming Sometimes I Sit and Think and Sometimes I Just Sit (out Tuesday on Mom + Pop). Standouts were “Avant Gardener,” “History Eraser,” “Pedestrian at Best” and “Dead Foxes,” which you can watch a video of below.

For more of this year’s Public Radio Rocks shows, click here. Barnett plays Union Transfer on Monday, June 15th; tickets and information on the show can be found at the XPN Concert Calendar. Listen to Courtney Barnett’s performance in its entirety below.

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Lance Jr.
An Illustration of Loneliness
Dead Foxes
Nobody Really Cares If You Don’t Go To The Party
Avant Gardener
Pedestrian At Best
History Eraser