Camp Cope

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Camp Cope
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Tune in to Camp Cope’s unapologetically loud, indie-punk sound at the Opera House

The audacious Camp Cope will return to Sydney for one of their final shows of the year, showcasing their latest studio album, How to Socialise & Make Friends.

Burgeoning from humble beginnings in a Melbourne backyard, this all-female indie-punk trio are taking the music landscape by storm with their unflinching sound, injected with social consciousness, self-exploration and feminine empowerment. Expect unapologetically loud vocals from lead singer Georgia “Maq” Macdonald, plus lyrics of rage, grief and love.

From piercing husky catharsis to raw soulful melodies, their music captures the fierce feminine spirit of the #MeToo generation in tracks like ‘The Opener’ and ‘The Face of God’.

 

By: Fatima Olumee

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