Camp Cope have announced their new album Running With the Hurricane and shared its title track. It’s the Melbourne band’s third LP and it’s due out March 25 via Run for Cover. Running With the Hurricane is named after the song of the same name by Australian folk group Redgum (of which singer Georgia Maq’s father was a member). Check out the title track below.
The album was produced by Maq and engineer Anna Laverty at Sing Sing Recording Studios outside Melbourne. Of the new LP, Maq said in a press release:
“Running With the Hurricane” is the second single from Camp Cope’s forthcoming LP; they shared the first, “Blue,” in November. The band released its self-titled debut in 2016, following it up with 2018’s How to Socialise & Make Friends. Georgia Maq released her debut solo album Pleaser in 2019. In December, Maq shared the video for her new song “Joe Rogan.”
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Running With the Hurricane:
02 Running With the Hurricane
03 One Wink at a Time
05 The Screaming Planet
06 Love Like You Do
08 The Mountain
09 Say the Line
10 Sing Your Heart Out
Source : Pitchfork