Camp Cope announce Aotearoa / New Zealand tour dates for Jan 2023
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Running With The Hurricane LP is out now, buy/stream it here.
Camp Cope today announce their latest stream of tour dates, taking to Aotearoa / New Zealand this January 2023. Tickets are on sale now, BUY HERE.
In the wake of their recent US tour, including support slots with Lucy Dacus, Running With The Hurricane, Camp Cope‘s third LP will see the group return to Tāmaki Makaurau / Auckland and Te Whanganui-a-Tara / Wellington in late January with support acts to be announced. As one of so-called Australia’s most embraced performers, Camp Cope’s live show was reshaped earlier this year, joined by award-winning multi-instrumentalist Jennifer Aslett (Julia Jacklin, Stella Donnelly, San Cisco) to deliver a new string of instrumentation, praised as “honest, brave and dedicated.”
Most recently captured in the music video for ‘Sing Your Heart Out‘, Georgia Maq, Sarah Thompson and Kelly-Dawn Helmrich continue to leave audiences captivated and impressed, with live show reviews of their shows across Meanjin / Brisbane’s Tivoli, Eora / Sydney’s Enmore Theatre, Naarm / Melbourne’s Forum over May and later in lutruwita / Tasmania at the Royal Oak in kanamaluka / Launceston and Repuclic Bar in nipaluna / Hobart; boasting “a masterful set” and “The fact that Camp Cope have remained the same at their core means their fans have stayed loyal”;“It’s hard to believe Camp Cope have only been together for little over half a decade.”
Arriving in March to a steady stream of global acclaim, tastemakers locally and abroad have each revelled in Running With The Hurricane’s empowering embrace of new sonic and lyrical ground, including Upset Magazine’s #12 Album of the Year: “Secure in where they stand, it’s heart and soul that shine through – Camp Cope comfortable in their own sonic skin, pushing outwards while looking inwards.”
Camp Cope have also been nominated for Best Group at the upcoming Music VIC Awards and long-listed for the Australian Music Prize, who lauded their latest LP as “Camp Cope’s most complex and accomplished record yet. It’s somehow both raw and polished, with layered vocals and a fuller sound than their previous offerings. Lyrically, still as powerful as ever.”
Throughout Running With The Hurricane’s ten tracks, Camp Cope trade searing vocals and fierce riffs for pianos, multi-instruments, harmonies and more breathing new growth for the trio personally and professionally – older, wiser, and more at peace with the world. Following their critically acclaimed album How to Socialise & Make Friends (2018), Running With The Hurricane reflects faltered romances and secret crushes, vibrating with assured confidence. If Camp Cope‘s self-titled debut (2016) was the spark, and How to Socialise & Make Friends was the fire, Running With The Hurricane is Camp Cope in the calm after the storm.
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