Australia's Camp Cope are following their great 2016 self-titled debut with their anticipated sophomore album (and first for Run For Cover), How To Socialise & Make Friends, next week (3/2), but the whole thing is here to stream now. It's possibly even better than their debut, with singer Georgia Maq railing against sexism and sexual assault in her defiant roar, over a sturdy, driving, indie-punk backdrop. It's great stuff, and you can hear the whole thing over at NPR.

Camp Cope were supposed to tour the US with Turnover in the spring, but dropped off due to personal reasons. They say they're working on new US dates, so stay tuned for that.

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