Trophy Eyes & Dear Seattle Australian Regional Tour announced

Trophy Eyes

Renowned Australian heavyweight post-punk rock band TROPHY EYES has exciting news for fans with the announcement of a mighty Australian regional tour scheduled for this upcoming October. The tour serves as a continuation of the festivities surrounding their latest album, Suicide and Sunshine and will kick off in Cairns with a sweeping lap across the nation visiting 11 regional towns before joining THIS THAT Festival in Sandstone Point and Newcastle during November.

TROPHY EYES is celebrated for their unreservedly candid, emotionally charged storytelling and lyrical prowess. Their album Suicide and Sunshine highlighted by standout tracks like Blue Eyed Boy and What Hurts The Most recently scored the band’s impressive third consecutive Top 10 ARIA Album, accompanied by a string of sold-out national shows.

Next up, will be connecting with regional fans, an important notion given lead singer John Floreani grew up in rural NSW and playing songs from the new album plus fan favourites such as Figure 8 and Chlorine, with bassist and backing vocalist, Jeremy Winchester adding “we’re really excited to hit some of the more regional places we haven’t been in a while, if ever! It’s definitely going to be a tour to remember”.

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Continuing a tradition of praise that spans over a decade, along with their triumphant appearances at esteemed festivals like Vans Warped Tour, Reading, Leeds, Splendour In the Grass, Unify Gathering, and supported by a dedicated fan following, the band has undeniably solidified their standing as one of the most captivating heavy acts within the Australian music scene.

Joining the regional ride are cherished indie-rockers DEAR SEATTLE who burst onto the scene propelled by their epic song, The Meadows. The band have since dropped their latest single, Nothing’s Stopping Me Now, scoring immediate heavy rotation on triple j and an upcoming run of sold out shows to support. Notably, their rendition of Missy Higgins’ ‘The Special Two’ recently soared into the Top 30 of triple j’s Hottest 100 Like A Version fan poll.

Tickets go on sale Friday, August 25th at 11am AEST via

With Special Guests Dear Seattle

Wed 11 Oct: Edge Hill Tavern, Cairns
Thu 12 Oct: Dalrymple Tavern, Townsville
Fri 13 Oct: Seabreeze Hotel, Mackay
Sat 14 Oct: Harvey Road Tavern, Gladstone
Thu 19 Oct: Beer Deluxe, Albury
Fri 20 Oct: UC Hub, Canberra
Sat 21 Oct: Marlin Hotel, Ulladulla
Thu 26 Oct: Commercial Hotel, South Morang
Fri 27 Oct: Pier Bandroom, Frankston
Sat 28 Oct: Volta, Ballarat
Sun 29 Oct: Torquay Hotel, Torquay
Sat 4 Nov: This That Festival, Sandstone Point
Sat 11 Nov: This That Festival, Newcastle

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