2013 – present (5 years)
Newcastle, New South Wales, Australia
- Andrew Hallett (2013 – present)
- Blake Caruso (2017 – present)
- Callum Cramp (2013 – 2017)
- Jeremy Winchester (2013 – present)
- John Floreani (2013 – present)
- Kevin Cross (2013 – present)
Trophy Eyes is an Australian rock band currently signed under Hopeless Records, who have gained popularity from their blend of modern rock and pop with their hardcore roots. The band consists of 5 members, vocalist John Floreani, bassist and backing vocalist Jeremy Winchester, rhythm guitarist Kevin Cross, lead guitarist Andrew Hallett and drummer Blake Caruso. Their former drummer, Callum Cramp, departed from the band on November 8, 2017.
Trophy Eyes have released two full length albums and one EP. Their first EP was titled Everything Goes Away, and had a hit with the song 'Bandaid'. In 2014, the band released their debut album, Mend, Move On, which featured the singles In Return and White Curtains. The band toured on the 2015 Warped Tour, and began to write their sophomore album, titled Chemical Miracle. In October of 2016, the album was released, including the singles 'Chlorine', 'Heaven Sent' and 'Breathe You In'. The album was received with critical acclaim, and the band went on to tour on the Vans Warped Tour 2017, as well as playing Slamdunk Festival in 2017 and various headline tours across the world.
The bands third album, titled The American Dream, is set for release on August 3rd 2018, with the singles 'You Can Count on Me', 'More Like You' and 'Friday Forever' having been released prior. The album is set to depart further from the bands first and sophomore albums with a softer sound, first heard on the bands 2017 single 'Hurt'.
The band released their third studio album, The American Dream, on August 3rd, 2018. It is 12 tracks long, including the singles 'You Can Count On Me', 'More Like You' and 'Friday Forever'.
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