Few artists broke as affectionately and profoundly in 2015 as Melbourne singer-songwriter Courtney Barnett, thanks to her profoundly terrific debut album Sometimes I Sit and Think, and Sometimes I Just Sit. Now, with a steady amount of hype dutifully backing her, Barnett is set to release a brand new single alongside several Milk! Records artists for the label's second official compilation release Good For You.

Barnett originally started the label to get her own music out, but with her success she seems to be helping out the rest of the label's artists, such as Jen Cloher, Fraser A. Gorman, Ouch My Face, the Finks, and the East Brunswick All Girls Choir. 'Three Packs A Day' was recorded last September and features much of the brisk and gravitating lyrics Barnett perfected on her solo release, complete with a captivating harmonica solo.

Listen to 'Three Packs A Day' below and pre-order the Milk! Records Compilation album today before it's released February 14th.