TROPHY EYES - Release New Song “Nobody Said”

Trophy Eyes have released a brand new tune “Nobody Said”, a look into what is to come for the band and their next album.

Lead singer and songwriter, John Floreani, shares on today’s release:“'Nobody Said' is an inward self-reflection at the height of my substance abuse and self destruction. In pure desperation and genuine fear of being sober I found myself, for weeks at a time, floating between friends and strangers doing everything in my power to stay numb. Eventually, when the drugs stopped working and friends stopped answering their phones, I was alone; behind me a path of destruction. I remember an overwhelming feeling of truth that came to me in an image of the scared and confused little boy I'd refused to mature from, and the falsified hopes and dreams instilled in me by my mother. My future was supposed to be bright, but this was anything but”.

Trophy Eyes have spent the last 2 years in lockdown creating and crafting their most experimental music to date. Blending new wave rock with their punk and hard-core roots, combined with modern rock and pop sensibilities, their newest single is a testament to their constant evolution as songwriters. “Nobody Said” is a look towards the future of Trophy Eyes and the music that is to come in 2022.

“Nobody Said” follows Trophy Eyes’ previous single “27 Club” & “Bittersweet” their newest releases in nearly 2 years. The songs received high praise and was featured on iHeartRadio’s The Faction as well as publications such as NME, Wall Of Sound and Amplify. Along with this release, the band were featured on the cover of Spotify’s “Rock Out” playlist.

The band’s 2018’s groundbreaking album, “The American Dream”, which debuted at #8 in Australia. The album enjoyed huge success at triple J – achieving Featured Album, as well as lead single “You Can Count On Me” breaking into triple J’s Hottest 100. Trophy Eyes also went on to conquer the globe with headline tours in Australia, North America and the UK, large support tours with Bring Me The Horizon, and festival dates at Groovin The Moo (AUS), Reading and Leeds (UK), and Disrupt Festival (US).

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