Camp Cope Announce May Album Launch Tour

23 March 2016 | 11:00 am | Staff Writer

The band are heading around to support their new album S/T

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Melburnian indie punk trio Camp Cope have announced a run of shows for later this year, when they head out in support of their debut album, S/T.

With the release slated in for 22 April via Poison City, the band will make tracks all the way down the east coast and Adelaide from Friday, 13 May with the album's new single, Jet Fuel Can't Melt Steel Beams, front and centre.

The band — consisting of Georgia Maq, Kelly-Dawn Hellmrich and Sarah Thompson — penned the song about the ongoing issue of street harassment and victim blaming.

Having recently supported Jeff Rosenstock around the country, Camp Cope will head first to Melbourne's John Curtain Hotel, followed by Adelaide's Crown & Anchor on Saturday, 14 May, Sydney's Black Wire Records on Friday, 20 May, Janes in Wollongong on Saturday, 21 May and finally Brissy's Crowbar on Saturday, 28 May.

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