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Melbourne's garage rock trio perform from their rugged, raw debut album for Vivid Sydney.

Hailing from Melbourne Camp Cope have only been kicking about together for the last couple of years after bonding in a friend's kitchen. After gaining significantly gargantuan hype in Australia and overseas, they're about to play one of the world's most hallowed stages: Sydney Opera House. No pressure.

The trio's debut, self-titled album was released last year, and goes to show how much can really be achieved in two days, which is how long the album took to record.

The LP harks to good ol' garage indie rock, but there's a real authenticity in the album, especially coming from the sharp lyricism and emphatic vocals from singer-guitarist Georgia McDonald, alongside bassist Kelly-Dawn Hellmrich and drummer Sarah Thompson. Unafraid to tackle topics others might avoid, Camp Cope should bring a killer live show to their Vivid Sydney debut.

Published on March 20, 2017 by James Whitton

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