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Camp Cope Share Live Video For The Opener

Friday, 12 January 2018 Written by Laura Johnson

Camp Cope have shared a live video for The Opener.

The track will feature on their forthcoming sophomore LP, 'How To Socialise & Make Friends', which is due out on March 2, while the video was filmed in the Utzon Room at the Sydney Opera House.

Alongside the video, the Australian band have announced that Chastity Belt will be joining them on their upcoming Australian tour. Additional support will also come from Erica Freas (RVIVR), Waterfall Person, Kelly Lloyd (Screamfeeder), She’s The Band, Moaning Lisa, the Nah and Sports Bra on select dates.

Head below to check out the poster, which was designed by Susanna Sykes.





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