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Listen: Courtney Barnett’s New Song Is An Ode To Instant Ramen

Courtney Barnett is the Grammy-nominated artist behind the highly entertaining 2015 album Sometimes I Sit and Think, and Sometimes I Just Sit. The young Australian’s singsong style and clever melodies have made her one of pop’s fastest-rising stars. And now, finally, she’s released a song about her love of instant ramen, including lyrics that defend MSG and doubt that glue is used to hold the noodles together. The song, “Three Packs a Day,” will appear on a compilation from Barnett’s Australian label, Milk! Records, to be released on Valentine’s Day. Here’s her ramen-obsessed ditty from the forthcoming album [via Pitchfork]: