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Trophy Eyes Announce 2024 Spring U.S. Tour With Rarity

Trophy Eyes are officially coming to America! Today, the Aussie punk rockers announced that following their trek across Europe in April, which will see them through the UK, Germany, and Italy, the four-piece will make their way across the pond to kick off their U.S. tour. The tour will start in Brooklyn, NY, on April 26 and conclude on June 1 in Baltimore, MD. Additionally, Trophy Eyes have revealed that Rarity will join them as support in the States, with another special guest to be announced soon. Tickets for the 28-show tour will officially go on sale tomorrow, Friday, March… Read more »


Trophy Eyes Announce European Headline Tour This Spring

Following the release of their fourth studio full-length album, Suicide And Sunshine, Aussie mainstays Trophy Eyes have announced their spring European headline tour, which will see the band through the UK, Germany, and one stop in Italy.  The tour will officially kick off in Birmingham, UK, on April 5 at the Asylum and run through April 21, where the four-piece will conclude the run in Wiesbaden, Germany, at Schlachthof. The group has not announced support for the run yet. Of the tour announcement, the band shares in a press release, “We’re pumped to tour the UK and Europe again. We… Read more »


Trophy Eyes Bring Their Punk Attitude Alive In New “OMW” Video

Pulled from their fourth studio full-length Suicide And Sunshine, Australian post-punk mainstays Trophy Eyes have issued a new video for their hopeful yet exhilarating single, “OMW.” While the video is simple in its storytelling, the striking use of color and the outdoor backdrop vividly brings the band’s punk attitude to life, fueling the energy and spirit of the track. While the group infuses “OMW” with a familiar emotional depth, the track plays on its simplicity by detailing themes of self-discovery and personal growth. A standout track on their most recent LP, “OMW” masterfully blends a pop sensibility with the raw… Read more »


Trophy Eyes Share Cathartic New Track “Kill”

Last month, Trophy Eyes announced their new album Suicide and Sunshine with the release of two new tracks “Blue Eyed Boy” and “What Hurts the Most“. This new album will mark their first full-length release in nearly five years. It is set to drop via Hopeless Records on June 23rd. Today, the band have shared the third single from the upcoming album, “Kill“. Trophy Eyes kick off the song with a driving companionship between just drums and bass before the droning vocals join in. The verses feel a bit more reserved, saving space for the eruption that comes when the… Read more »


Trophy Eyes Announce New Brand Album “Suicide and Sunshine” Along With New Single

Trophy Eyes have announced the release of their newest album Suicide and Sunshine out June 23rd. The band took to socials to make this announcement today, telling fans they can also stream a brand new song “What Hurts The Most” in preparation for the new record. The band has coined their music as “sad songs disguised as happy songs” and that testament is true for the new release. It’s an upbeat and groovy track that feels like skipping school and going to the beach with your friends. However, the lyrical content of the song tells a different story. With words… Read more »


Yellowcard, Boston Manor, Dayseeker Announce UK/EU Tours

For music fans located in the UK and Europe, it’s been an exciting day filled with tour announcements. Dayseeker, Boston Manor, and Yellowcard have all announced separate tour dates throughout the region. Yellowcard shared that they are celebrating two decades of Ocean Avenue with fans based in the UK and EU beginning in November. Plus, they will have support from Story Of The Year and This Wild Life. The tour kicks off on November 12 in Glasgow and concludes in Cologne on November 24. Check out the full tour below. In a social media post on Twitter/X, Story Of The… Read more »

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