Beginning in the Melbourne DIY punk scene in 2015, Camp Cope have since propelled themselves to success in Australia, selling out Sydney Opera House, while all the while being feminist voices of their generation. Their second full length anchors on the cycles of life, loss, and growth through resilience, and those moments of finding and being yourself. The title track and “Animal and Real” celebrate the joys of being an independent unit and knowing who you are, while “Anna” and “Sagan-Indiana” speak to the love you feel towards friends – the women who shape you and work together to find strength in numbers. Throughout the nine songs on How To Socialise & Make Friends, it becomes clear that if their 2016 self-titled debut was the flame, this is Camp Cope rising from the ashes, stronger and more focused than ever.
Label: Run For Cover
Start w/ 1, 2, 5, 7
RIYL: Bully, Pinegrove, Gang of Youths, Slaughter Beach Dog, Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever