Today, CAAMP have released their newest recorded single and companion video – “Fall, Fall, Fall” via their label home, Mom + Pop.“‘Fall, Fall, Fall’ is a song about change – prescribe whatever meaning to that as fits your spirit, but for all of us, the main themes are racial and environmental injustices,” says lead singer Taylor Meier. “We just want more folks to hear this message, especially in these divisive and culturally tense times.” The album art was made in collaboration with Lavystitch. The music video was directed, filmed and edited by Nate Murray at Local Motives, a non-profit that profiles naturalist organizations around the country including farmers, fisherman and conservationists.
CAAMP also recently performed on the Late Show with Stephen Colbert. Watch their performance #PlayAtHome performance HERE.The performance was filmed in Caamp’s hometown of Columbus, OH during quarantine. The trio also just recently released their first live EP Live From Newport Music Hall. The five track recording was taken from one of their seminal hometown shows in Columbus, OH. The recording contains live versions of songs off their most recent album, By and By. Stream Live From Newport Music Hall here.