Camp Cope’s Georgia Maq playing Philly date of Macseal/Pool Kids tour (after NYC trip)
Camp Cope finished up a North American tour a few weeks ago, but singer Georgia Maq is already back in the United States, having just spent a bunch of days in NYC that she at least partially documented on Instagram. Her trip so far included two BRIC Celebrate Brooklyn! Festival shows in Prospect Park — the first of the two National/Courtney Barnett shows, and then Jason Isbell (unclear if she also caught Father John Misty) — and a visit to Conde Nast (new Pitchfork content coming soon?). That’s her and Courtney in Prospect Park pictured above, and you can see more of her pics/videos from her trip below.
While she’s in the area, she’s playing a one-off solo show in Philly this weekend. It happens on Sunday (6/23) at Everybody Hits, and it’s a cool bill all-around of indie/punk/emo with Macseal, Pool Kids, and Maxwell Stern (of Signals Midwest). $10 suggested donation at the door.
NYC didn’t get a solo show unfortunately, unless you count the “little sing” that happened in Central Park with busker Barry Sydney.
Georgia’s Philly show is the final date of a tour that Macseal and Pool Kids are on together, which also hits NYC’s Trans-Pecos TONIGHT (6/21) with Tree River (tickets) and Boston on Saturday (6/22) with Future Teens.
Macseal, who released the very solid J Robbins-produced Map It Out EP on 6131 last year, are also opening the Free Throw/Chris Farren tour, which includes shows at Brooklyn’s Knitting Factory on 9/19 and NJ’s Asbury Park Brewery on 9/20.
And speaking of Signals Midwest, they recently announced the new Pin EP, which comes out August 2 via Lauren Records.
Listen to some of the above-mentioned music, and watch Georgia do a solo performance of Camp Cope favorite “I’ve Got You,” below.
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yesterday i facetimed kelly for like ten seconds during jason isbell and it was really special and i hope all the people behind me saw how great this moment was. first photo is me, alone at the show, with tears in my eyes and second is the frame our facetime froze on. it’s funny. and then it’s just videos of jason isbell and the 400 unit live, so so so magical.
Macseal / Pool Kids — 2019 Tour Dates
6/21 Trans-Pecos Ridgewood, NY w/ Tree River
6/22 East Coast Customs Boston, MA w/ Future Teens
6/23 Everybody Hits Philadelphia, PA w/ Georgia Maq (Camp Cope), Maxwell Stern (Signals Midwest)