Today is a busy day for the Metal four-piece from Melbourne, Copia, as they have released their new single, details of their forthcoming album, and finally, a national tour to celebrate the album’s release throughout Australia.
The single features four minutes and 26 seconds of what makes Copia great and what fans have come to love over their musical career. Featuring the collaboration efforts between the four involved, featuring their combined percussion work on drums, guitar, bass, and the vocals of Copia’s Andrew Bishop.
The national tour kicks off on Saturday, March 18 at The Bald Faced Stag in Sydney, New South Wales and concludes on Saturday, April 15 at the Crowbar in their hometown of Brisbane, Queensland.
Shows in between those dates include: Friday, March 24 at The Workers Club in Melbourne, Victoria and the Enigma Bar on Saturday, April 8 in Adelaide, South Australia. Full details to each show – with ticket information – can be found below. Please note: All shows are for over 18s only.
Friday March 24 – The Workers Club, Melbourne 18+ – TICKETS
Saturday April 8 – Enigma Bar, Adelaide 18+ – TICKETS
Saturday April 15 – Crowbar, Brisbane 18+ – TICKETS
Speaking on the new album, Copia’s vocalist, Andrew noted how the album came about after how they were “fed up with the current state of the world,” (sic) and one of the ways to get their opinion out was through an album:
“When people are listening to this album, we want them to question why our species is so filled with hate, why it is so destructive, why it worships false idols & why it is so disconnected & money obsessed.”