Camp Cope's self-titled debut album is one of the most promising debuts from a young new band this year, and today they're following it with a new single. They say the song is "from an upcoming release that we'll tell you about soon enough. we can't really give away too many details just yet, but we're super excited about it and it's something we are so happy we've been given the chance to do."

It's called "Keep Growing," and it has Georgia Maq's voice sounding at least as powerful as it does on the album. It's even more proof that this is a band that deserves your attention. Check it out below.

The Australian band has upcoming shows in their country, including opening one of the shows on Julien Baker's first Australian tour. They're also playing Laneway Festival (with Tame Impala, The Julie Ruin, White Lung, and more) and Golden Plains (with The Specials, Kurt Vile, Teenage Fanclub, The Damned, and more). They still haven't played the US yet, but Georgia Maq did make her US solo debut at The Fest a couple weeks ago. Watch a video of that below too.