Earlier this year, Philadelphia DIY scene faves Cayetana toured Australia for the first time with Melbourne’s Camp Cope. The two punk power trios hit it off remarkably well, and are celebrating that kinship with the release of a new 7″ on Poison City Records.
The split, which releases on January 20th, features two new songs from each band – below, you can get a taste of it with Cayetana’s excellent new slow-burner “Trails.” Like a lot of their best work, it starts hushed and progressively gets more emotive and intense as frontwoman Augusta Koch meditates on failure and forgiveness. You can also hear Camp Cope’s meditative “Keep Growing” as well.
The single can be pre-ordered on hot pink vinyl or splatter color vinyl from Poison City’s webstore. Cayetana plays the First Unitarian Church on February 18th with Lemuria and Mikey Erg; tickets and more information can be found at the XPN Concert Calendar.
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