The Newcastle punks have sealed the deal as they look to wrap up 2015 with a run of shows before next year's Unify Gathering
Aggressive punk band Trophy Eyes, from Newcastle, is climbing up the industry ladder with their recent signing to Damian Costin's touring management company 123 Agency. The moves comes ahead of the band’s 'Road To Unify' tour scheduled for January 2016.
The five-piece band, led by vocalist John Floreani, combine pop-punk and melodic hardcore elements into their own, and have been making waves across the globe since their 2013 debut EP Everything Goes Away left indelible marks on the public by way of connecting with kids from Australia to overseas.
In the live market, Trophy Eyes had landed national support slots with the likes of UK pop-punk act Neck Deep, headlined a UK tour with As It Is, a US tour with Anti Flag, taken part of the UK’s Warped Tour and opened Sydney’s Soundwave stage in the past, which afforded the outfit a signing with US label Hopeless Records (home to New Found Glory, All Time Low, Taking Back Sunday and more).
More recently, Trophy Eyes completed the North American Vans Warped Tour 2015 and will play a pair of headline shows ahead of Unify Gathering; consequently, they set off for a tour with Senses Fail. They'll kick off the run of pre- and post-Unify shows at Belgrave's Sooki Lounge on Thursday 14 January, stopping by Frankston's Pelly Bar on 15 January before Unify at Tarwin Lower on 16-17 January. Following the festival, Trophy Eyes take up with the US veterans for a three-show run through Adelaide, Brisbane and Melbourne, kicking off on Wednesday 2 Mach.
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