As part of his Killer Under A Blood Moon EP, which reworks tracks from his stellar album Killer with local feature artists, soulful legend Dan Sultan has released a spine-tingling collaboration with the powerhouse that is Camp Cope.
Recorded live at Red Moon Studios in the Macedon Ranges, this fresh iteration of the album’s title track ‘Killer’ is stripped back to its rock roots with bluesy guitars, solid drums and the powerful vocals of both Camp Cope’s Georgia McDonald and Dan Sultan. It’s a dynamic and moody performance that blossoms into achingly raw harmonies, cascading bass and crashing symbols by the end of the track.
“We approached it as if it were one of our songs” explains Camp Cope bassist, Kelly Dawn-Hellmrich, “We were intrigued as to how it’d come together with Dan, as we’re such a tight unit musically… I joked that there was no room for him to show off because I do that.”
Killer Under A Blood Moon features four reworked tracks from last year’s soul-scorching release Killer. Also featuring Meg Mac, A.B Original and Gang of Youth’s front man Dave Le’aupepe, the new EP is a testament to the talents of local musicians.
Killer Under A Blood Moon is out next Friday 18 May.