9 Songs, 38 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Camp Cope’s How To Socialise & Make Friends is a soundtrack to the #MeToo era, a collection of songs to empower, uplift and console women. The second album by the Melbourne three-piece builds on their excellent debut, showcasing incredible breadth and growth as songwriters—it’s almost hard to believe that the same fiery powerhouses who wrote scathing first single “The Opener” also wrote “The Face of God”, a heartbreaking account of assault. But that’s Camp Cope for you: sometimes thrilling, sometimes devastating and always astounding.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Camp Cope’s How To Socialise & Make Friends is a soundtrack to the #MeToo era, a collection of songs to empower, uplift and console women. The second album by the Melbourne three-piece builds on their excellent debut, showcasing incredible breadth and growth as songwriters—it’s almost hard to believe that the same fiery powerhouses who wrote scathing first single “The Opener” also wrote “The Face of God”, a heartbreaking account of assault. But that’s Camp Cope for you: sometimes thrilling, sometimes devastating and always astounding.

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