Single of the Day: Camp Cope “How To Socialise and Make Friends” (2018)

Melbourne rockers Camp Cope had a massive 2017. From sticking it to festivals, to releasing some of their best work to date, the trio proved that they’re a force to be reckoned with. Their new offering “How To Socialise and Make Friends” is the title track off their upcoming album, set for release on March 2nd.

The track speaks of independence in the face of a troubled relationship. Another blistering feminist track, front woman Georgia Maq belts out “I can see myself living without you and being fine for the rest of my life”. It’s another great track, giving us the band at their best to tide us over until the albums release.

Listen to “How To Socialise and Make Friends” below:

 

 

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