The Opener‘ is the new single from Melbourne punk band Camp Cope and it is essentially a song that explores what it’s like to be a woman in the music world.

Since releasing their debut LP late 2016, The Opener serves as the first piece of music from the three-piece (Georgia, Kelly-Dawn and Sarah) in 2017 and additionally serves as a platform for the band to showcase why they are one of the best punk bands in Australia right now – but the way they use storytelling over loud, obnoxious sounds and fast-paced action that is a standard in your typical punk song – and tackle the subject of men telling them how to do things.

Today, in 2018, Camp Cope have released a live video for The Opener, filmed at the Sydney Opera House’s Utzon Room – named after Danish Architect Jørn Utzon, who designed Sydney Opera House.

Camp Cope‘s ‘The Opener‘ is the first taste of what’s to come off How To Socialise & Make Friends, out Friday March 2 through Poison City Records.

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