Camp Cope Announce Self-Titled Debut Album

11 March 2016 | 1:57 pm | Staff Writer

The Melbourne indie-punk trio will release their first LP in April

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Melbourne indie-punk outfit Camp Cope have announced that their self-titled debut album will be released into the world next month.

Led by the raspy, soulful vocals of Georgia Maq, the trio have already had a busy start to 2016, releasing their debut single Lost: Season One to much acclaim, and the band has performed with the likes of Waxahatchee, Jeff Rosenstock, The Smith Street Band and Mere Women.

The album’s lead single, Jet Fuel Can’t Melt Steel Beams, which tackles conspiracy theorists and victim-blaming, also premiered on Triple J’s Home & Hosed last night.

Recorded and mixed at Holes & Corners Studio by Sam Johnson (The Smith Street BandThe Bennies), the album is avaialable for pre-order at Poison City's e-store.

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Listen to Jet Fuel Can’t Melt Steel Beams below; Camp Cope is out on Friday 22 April via Poison City Records.