Melbourne’s Camp Cope have today released a video clip for ‘Done‘, the opener from their acclaimed self-titled debut album, out now on Poison City Records.
Filmed at Crowbar in Brisbane at their sold out album launch last month, the video speaks volumes for the inclusive, safe environment that Camp Cope work for at each of their shows, and while most are remembered for the performance itself, on this night it was the crowd’s solidarity that was the stand out, as detailed in punter Sommer Tothill’s recount of the night.
On the events that unfolded that night, singer Georgia Maq says,
“The 1:33 mark in the video captures me calling out the aggressive men who were “just trying to enjoy” themselves, while compromising the safety, wellbeing and enjoyment of those around them. Rest assured, as long as we’re on stage and have a platform to have our voices heard, we will always call out this behaviour.“
Watch the video below.
If you don’t already have a copy of the album, you can pick up a physical copy from the label [Here], or hit up iTunes for a digital copy [Here].
You can next catch the band at The Reverence Hotel in Footscray as part of Bekfest on Saturday 25th June. Also on the bill are Anchors, Kissing Booth, Jess Locke Band and Sweet Gold.
Tickets are available at the door only. Get along early, their last Melbourne show sold out 5 weeks in advance.
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