Catch Trophy Eyes play new songs across the country this June and July.
Suicide And Sunshine will be released on Friday, 23 June, via Hopeless Records.
To celebrate their 10th-anniversary Crowbar has announced headlining shows from Northlane, Ocean Grove, Trophy Eyes and Phil Jamieson for November.
"The three releases were, kind of, Trophy Eyes' way of being able to stay active during a lockdown. We kind of put them out for a bit of fun really - it was for us to kind of stay sane and a little bit of fun during otherwise a pretty dismal few years."
They've come a long way since 'Everything Goes Away', that's for sure.
"Chemical Miracle is how I look at life. It’s a way to sum it up for me."
It’s time to bring in all of those feels with the boys in Trophy Eyes.
Newcastle’s Trophy Eyes came out swinging last year. After a great debut EP, the band has been touring consistently ever since and are now set to drop their debut full-length, ‘Mend, Move On’ later this month. In support of their debut album, the group is also touring nationally this November with Endless Heights, Columbus, and UK’s Landscapes along for the ride. Killyourstereo.com caught up vocalist John Floreani to talk about how 2014 has been for the band so far.
Some of the most intense, aggressive and cathartic pop punk you will ever hear.