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Camp Cope: Tiny Desk Concert

The Australian band uses tiny moments of introspection to illuminate life's bewildering, terrifying, isolating aspects — especially as they apply to women.
Camp Cope performs a Tiny Desk Concert on July 18, 2018 (Eslah Attar/NPR). Source: Eslah Attar

After 's second song at the Tiny Desk, singer Georgia "Maq" McDonald let out a tiny laugh. "We've never done this before — we've never been quiet," she said. "Not once in our entire lives!" Bassist Kelly-Dawn Hellmrich joked that it was perhaps

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