CAMP COPE – ” Blue “

Posted: November 14, 2021 in MUSIC
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Melbourne trio Camp Cope have released their new single “Blue” today, their first release in three and a half years. “Blue” is the first single taken from Camp Cope’s to-be-announced third album, the follow up to their critically acclaimed record “How to Socialise and Make Friends” (2018). “Blue” is out now through long-time labels Run For Cover and Poison City Records.

Ruminating on what it’s like to love through depression, and persevering while the world outside has other plans (“I put down your pain, but I’ll pick it up again / it’s all blue, that’s why I fit in with you“), ‘Blue’ is a calling card for acceptance, both in that external forces cannot fundamentally change what’s going on inside your head, and searching for peace amidst the chaos.

“Blue” is a signal of what’s to come sonically from Camp Cope on their highly-anticipated, as-yet-unannounced new album – and their most triumphant yet – that will be released in 2022. The band entered the studio during the pandemic, without the pressure of deadlines and global touring schedules, which allowed them to take their time and just create beautiful music. They, like many of us, were living in a whole new context – new jobs, new cities, and a completely altered outlook. When brought into the studio, it culminated into a change in gears for the three-piece.

“Blue” by Camp Cope out now via Run For Cover Records

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