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Camp Cope release new single, title track 'How to Socialise & Make Friends'; Sell out two more shows on March album tour

January 24, 2018

 

“They burn with the same messy feminist punk fire of Kathleen Hanna, Liz Phair, or even Lady Gaga—personal-political to the max, unapologetically loud and unwilling to settle for anything less than a radical overhaul of The Way Things Work.”Pitchfork

“Cathartic and empowering” KEXP
 

Camp Cope are stoked to release the second single and title track from their anticipated sophomore album. ‘How to Socialise & Make Friends’ is out on all digital platforms today, and is released with news that two further shows on their upcoming album tour have now sold out. Tickets to remaining shows on their album are on sale now - full ticketing details are listed below.
 
Listen to the new single ‘How to Socialise & Make Friends’ here. How to Socialise & Make Friends (LP) is out March 2 and is available to pre-order now.
 
Recorded live at Holes and Corners in South Melbourne in just three takes and premiered on Good Nights on triple j last night, ‘How to Socialise & Make Friends’ is an upbeat anthem of independence about resilience and being yourself in the face of life’s challenges. Highlighting Georgia’s iconic lyricism, ‘How to Socialise & Make Friends’ tells a perfectly observant yet sarcastically blistering tale of expectations abed crunching guitars, clashing drums and melodic bass hooks.
                                                               
Camp Cope’s forthcoming sophomore album How to Socialise & Make Friends anchors on the cycles of life, loss and growth, through resilience and those moments of finding and being yourself. It celebrates the joys of being an independent unit and knowing who you are without any influence from external factors, and non-romantic love felt towards friends; the women who shape you and women working together to find strength in numbers. How to Socialise & Make Friends has been called one of 2018’s most anticipated album releases by Brooklyn Vegan, triple j and Rolling Stone Australia, with first single ‘The Opener’ receiving praise from the likes of KEXP (Song of the Day), Pitchfork (“searing… never sounded more powerful”), SPIN (“a downcast, all-too-real protest of the status quo”) Stereogum (“a powerful indictment of sexism in the music industry and the ways in which toxic masculinity leads to doors being shut.”) and NPR, who premiered its live video filmed in the Utzon Room at Sydney Opera House, saying the track is “scathing… a song that speaks directly to issues not only of representation, but also indie rock's virtue signalling.”

Camp Cope are touring Australia with Chastity Belt (USA) and a stacked lineup of local supports this March in what will be some of Camp Cope’s only headline shows of the year, and they are thrilled to share that Adelaide, Bulli and both Melbourne shows have now completely sold out. Erica Freas (RVIVR) will join them in Hobart and the Thursday night show in Melbourne, with Waterfall Person opening on the Friday night. Kelly Lloyd (Screamfeeder) will join them in Brisbane, She’s The Band opens at their sold out show in Adelaide, Moaning Lisa will support in Canberra, with The Nah opening for their sold out show in Bulli and Sports Bra in Sydney.

 

Poison City presents

CAMP COPE

Australian Tour – March 2018
with special guests Chastity Belt (USA)
 

 


Wednesday 14 March – Republic Bar, Hobart w/ Erica Freas SELLING FAST
Tickets from the venue


Thursday 15 March – Thornbury Theatre, Melbourne SOLD OUT
w/ Erica Freas


Friday 16 March – Thornbury Theatre, Melbourne SOLD OUT
w/ Waterfall Person


Saturday 17 March – Tivoli Theatre, Brisbane w/ Kellie Lloyd (Screamfeeder) SELLING FAST
Tickets from the venue


Tuesday 20 March – Jive, Adelaide SOLD OUT
w/ She’s the Band


Wednesday 21 March – Basement, Canberra w/ Moaning Lisa
Tickets from the venue


Thursday 22 March – Heritage Hotel, Bulli SOLD OUT
w/ The Nah


Friday 23 March – The Metro, Sydney (AA) w/ Sports Bra SELLING FAST
Tickets from the venue

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