Australian indie-punks Camp Cope recently released their great sophomore album How To Socialise & Make Friends and now they're finally ready to come to the US in support of it. They were originally supposed to tour the US this spring with their Run For Cover labelmates Turnover, but instead they'll do a summer tour, co-headlining with a different Run For Cover band, Petal.

The tour begins in Philly in June, then heads West, then wraps back up in the Northeast with DC, Asbury Park, NYC, and Cambridge shows in July.

The Asbury Park show happens July 19 at House of Independents and the NYC show happens July 20 at Bowery Ballroom. Tickets for the whole tour, including the Asbury Park and NYC shows, go on sale Friday (3/23) at 10 AM local time. All dates are listed below.

UPDATE: Philly quickly sold out and a second date was added (updated schedule below).

Petal have been working on their second album and they recently announced that they're contributing to Kevin Devine's Devinyl Split series this year. Their split with Kevin is due in May.

Stream the new Camp Cope album and Petal's 2015 debut, below.

Camp Cope Petal tour

Camp Cope / Petal -- 2018 Tour Dates
6/20/18 Philadelphia PA philaMOCA
6/21/18 Philadelphia PA philaMOCA
6/22/18 Cleveland OH Now That's Class
6/24/18 Chicago IL Beat Kitchen
6/26/18 Minneapolis MN 7th Street Entry
6/27/18 Madison WI High Noon Saloon
6/29/18 Denver CO Marquis Theater
6/30/18 Salt Lake City UT Kilby Court
7/2/18 Seattle WA The Vera Project
7/3/18 Portland OR Holocene
7/5/18 San Francisco CA Rickshaw Stop
7/6/18 Los Angeles CA Bootleg Theater
7/7/18 Santa Ana CA Constellation Room
7/8/18 La Jolla CA Che Cafe
7/9/18 Phoenix AZ The Rebel Lounge
7/11/18 Dallas TX Club Dada
7/12/18 Austin TX Barracuda
7/13/18 Houston TX White Oak Music Hall
7/15/18 Orlando FL Soundbar
7/16/18 Atlanta GA The Masquerade - Purgatory
7/17/18 Carrboro NC Cat's Cradle - Back Room
7/18/18 Washington DC DC9
7/19/18 Asbury Park NJ House of Independents
7/20/18 New York NY The Bowery Ballroom
7/21/18 Cambridge MA The Sinclair

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