Fresh from their support with Philadelphia rockers Modern Baseball on their Falls Festival sideshows, one of Melbourne’s best up and coming bands and all round local legends Camp Cope are playing a very special gig for their nearest and dearest at Fitzroy stalwart The Old Bar, before heading off on their nationwide Laneway Festival tour.
Preparing for the release of their Split 7″ with Cayetana, due out January 20th via Poison City Records, and featuring their new single ‘Keep Growing’, alongside a reworking of one of Georgia Maq’s solo songs, ‘Footscray Station’, there should be a no shortage of new tracks for the crowd to enjoy.
Doors open at 2pm, but with no pre-sales, $5 tickets and a capacity of just 150 people, be sure to get in early.
On February 26th, Camp Cope will also play a free all ages show in Melbourne as part of the National Gallery of Victoria’s Summer Sundays series, and will also be joined by Sydney punk rockers Cable Ties, who had everyone talking at Meredith this year, for a selection of dates on the east coast.
One thing’s for sure; it certainly looks like the band will be keeping the momentum going following a stellar 2016!
You can keep up to to date with Camp Cope on their Facebook page.
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