Melbourne indie-punk trio CAMP COPE’s stunning debut album has landed at #36 on the ARIA Albums Chart and #9 on the Australian Albums Chart this week, in a feat unprecedented by a band who had their first rehearsal together a mere 11 months ago.

CAMP COPE were born in a backyard over home job tattoos, formed to add body and beat to singer Georgia Maq’s solo work. The eight tracks on CAMP COPE’s debut, including the heartbreaking ‘Lost: Season One’ and the celebrated lead single ‘Jet Fuel Can’t Melt Steel Beams’, discuss real life working shifts in a hospital, living in rundown share houses in Footscray and what it’s like to be a woman in the world. Their soulful, indie-punk played under Maq’s robust voice have made it okay to enjoy feeling angst again.

Camp Cope’s brilliant debut album is out now through Poison City Records


Camp Cope Album Launch Tour 2016

Friday 13 May – John Curtin, Melbourne SOLD OUT

Saturday 14 May – Crown & Anchor, Adelaide
Tickets available on the door

Friday 20 May – Black Wire Records, Sydney
Tickets available on the door

Saturday 21 May – Queer & Now Festival, Wollongong
Tickets available on the door

Friday 27 May – Polyester Records, Melbourne – FREE

Saturday 28 May – Crowbar, Brisbane
Tickets available via Crowbar

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