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Hailing from Newcastle, Australia, Trophy Eyes stitch together emotionally driven lyrics with aggressive pop based punk in a style that is uniquely their own. The five piece quickly outgrew their sleepy harbour city in 2013 after the release of their debut EP, Everything Goes Away, which caused a ripple in a scene that wasn’t ready for them. Powered by vocalist John Floreani’s deeply personal lyrics, Trophy Eyes’ message quickly spread outside of Australia and connected with a loyal following worldwide.

In late 2013, Trophy Eyes took their message on the road, supporting UK pop- punks Neck Deep on their Australian tour as well as being chosen by triple j to play Soundwave Festival in 2014. Soon after, the band were picked up by US label Hopeless Records, home to New Found Glory, All Time Low, Taking Back Sunday, The Used and more. They kept up the momentum with a slew of their own headline tours and impressive support slots, notably touring with Australian rock giants Violent Soho.

Their highly acclaimed debut album, Mend, Move On, was released in late 2014, which earned them Blunt Magazine’s “Best Newcomer Award” in their annual Readers’ Choice Awards and set the stage for a massive 2015, playing 130 shows across 21 countries. Fans across the globe got to witness Trophy Eyes energetic and impassioned performances with Neck Deep in the UK, during a headline tour of mainland Europe with As It Is as well as a full North American Vans Warped Tour across the ocean. Eventually the band went home and did several laps of Australia before returning to the UK and Europe for Warped Tour and and supporting Anti Flag later that same year.

Trophy Eyes kicked off 2016 by setting off a dust storm at Unify Gathering 2016 with Australian Heavyweights Parkway Drive, Tonight Alive and Hands Like Houses. The charge is set to continue as the band were recently announced as the main support on the sold out The Amity Affliction Australian tour.


Trophy Eyes News


Trophy Eyes have dropped their new anthem “Hurt” today. At the forefront of a new movement in rock, “Hurt” reveals a new side of the band as they push the boundaries on their uniquely popular sound, adding even more power to their new wave feel while retaining their signature Trophy Eyes dynamic. The song was premiered worldwide on triple […]

Trophy Eyes Announce ‘Home Is Australia’ Tour

Trophy Eyes may have only just wrapped up their wildly successful and very sold out Australian tour last week, but they are keen to do it all again in August. Kicking off in Perth, Trophy Eyes will do another victory lap of the country with support from The Hard Aches, Trashboat (UK) and Rumours.   […]

triple j Hottest 100: Tash Sultana #3 + #32 & Kingswood #48

Tash Sultana has come in at #3 in the Hottest 100 with her hit Jungle, with over 2.2 million votes cast this is a massive result for the Melbourne multi instrumentalist.    The triple j unearthed artist of the year also had her single Notion also came in at number 32. It’s been a career […]

Trophy Eyes Hit ARIA Top 10 and Announce National Album Tour

Newcastle natives, Trophy Eyes, officially released their new album Chemical Miracle last Friday via Hopeless Records, debuting at no.8 on the ARIA Album Charts and no. 3 on the ARIA Australian Artist Album Charts. The band recently released a brand new music video for their song “Breathe You In”. The video was filmed at Coney Island, New York, during a […]

Trophy Eyes Touring with The Amity Affliction, Drop New Single & Announce Album

Newcastle, Australia natives, Trophy Eyes, are excited to announce the release of their new album Chemical Miracle! The album is set to release on October 14, 2016 via Hopeless Records and is now available for digital and physical pre-order. Today the band also released their first single “Chlorine” as well as a music video. Fans […]