CAMP COPE – ” Footscray Station “

Posted: January 19, 2018 in ALBUMS, MUSIC
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Let’s not pretend there is a more socially impactful band in Australia right now than Camp Cope are knocking down the interior walls of the Australian music industry and renovating it with sledgehammers, Australia’s most melodic bass player, and a brand-new blueprint. This is a band that refuses to settle for anything less than revolution, and you’re going to hear about it on their second album. Expect broadened subject matter – devastatingly smart songs about friendship and about coping with loss, in addition to a entire fistful of middle fingers raised at all those who stand against. Camp Cope

Camp Cope / Cayetana Split Single release

Alongside two sold-out performances as part of Vivid LIVE last year, Camp Cope filmed their new single ‘The Opener’ live in the stunning Utzon Room at the Sydney Opera House. The Melbourne punk trio are no strangers to confronting contemporary issues head on, and their latest single does just that. The alt-rockers are now preparing for a March tour in support of their forthcoming sophomore album, How To Socialise & Make Friends. The video shows Camp Cope playing against views of Sydney Harbour and the Royal Botanic Garden, the vibrant tapestry of Utzon’s own design which adorns the western wall, and the dramatic concrete beams of the sails across the ceiling.

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