Georgia Maq of Camp Cope has just released her debut solo album to all streaming services.
Georgia McDonald from Camp Cope has shared a message on Instagram in regard to harassing emails allegedly sent by Wil Wagner of The Smith Street Band to her. Wil has responded on Instagram.
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Camp Cope’s Audiotree Far Out Session, from the middle of a quarry lake in Chicago, is now on YouTube. Watch “The Face of God” and “How to Socialise & Make Friends”
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Camp Cope sat down with Stereogum to talk about their new album:
I wish we could just play music and not have to talk about these things, but we have to talk about them. None of the other bands at that festival pointed out that there’s no women on the main stage. I would love to have that ability to be able to play a festival and feel comfortable, respected, safe, and happy. But we have to do what we do. If that comes at the expense of people’s opinions or us losing a part of our audience, then fine, it’s worth it.
Camp Cope’s new album, How To Socialise & Make Friends, is up for stream on NPR.