Camp Cope preview their new album with another new teaser, ‘Jealous’

Full length 'Running With The Hurricane' is set for release this Friday, 25th March.

Camp Cope have dropped a new single, ‘Jealous’.

It’s the third single to arrive from their new album ‘Running With The Hurricane’, their third album and follow-up to ARIA-nominated ‘How to Socialise & Make Friends’. The full-length is set to arrive this Friday, 25th March.

It follows up on the previously shared Blue, and the album’s title track ‘Running With The Hurricane’.

You can check out ‘Jealous’ below.

Camp Cope recently recorded a cover of Sam Fender’s megahit ‘Seventeen Going Under’ for triple j’s Like A Version.

“When I first heard this song it really resonated with me, growing up and living still in Western Sydney, because this is a song that’s about growing up poor and then wanting to experience life as a child but then that being your home life,” the bands’ Kelly-Dawn Hellmrich says. “So kind of wanting to go out and experience the world but then the world being a very hard place to navigate as well. And then when I brought it to the band, I knew that they could relate to it in a lot of ways too because it touches on themes about toxic masculinity and boys’ clubs which we’ve done before with our own music.

“Part of the reason why we chose this song is because it went viral on TikTok because a lot of women were using the line ‘I was far too scared to hit him but I would hit him in a heartbeat now’ to voice their experience of gendered violence,” adds singer Georgia Maq. “The fact that it resonated with so many women was just incredible and also completely devastating.”

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