Trophy Eyes have revealed details for their upcoming record The American Dream, out August 3rd via Hopeless Records. The first single lifted from the album, “You Can Count On Me”
“You Can Count On Me” a reaction to the negative and judgmental treatment a lot of artists experience on social media today and shines a spotlight on the impact this can have on their mental health.
The third album in the Trophy Eyes collection, The American Dream is based on the idea that there’s still utopia left on this this planet – a place where one can start again and live a peaceful life, forsaking the trail of destruction that threated to derail it all.
The American Dream also serves as a coming of age fable, in which Floriani takes an introspective look at who he is today. His story is brought to life in vivid colour with string arrangements produced by Chris Craker, who can list the soundtrack to Hans Zimmer’s score of “Interstellar” and Hans Zimmer “The Classicson his production resume.
The American Dream follows on from their critically acclaimed 2016 album Chemical Miracle, which debuted at #8 in Australia and was a significant launch pad for the band as they dominated Australia with back-to-back tours sold out months in advance in some of the biggest rooms in the country. Trophy Eyes also went on to conquer the globe with headline tours in North America and the UK, both slapping sold out signs on box offices around their respective territories.
Trophy Eyes now leads a new wave in rock music, blending their punk and hardcore roots with modern rock and pop sensibilities. Known for their brutally honest and emotional storytelling and lyricism combined with one of the most energetic live shows on the circuit, Trophy Eyes are set to takeover with the drop of The American Dream come August.
The band is set to tour across North America this fall with more dates to be announced. A full list of dates and cities can be found below.
The album is now available for physical and digital pre-order. Those who pre-order digitally will receive and instant grat download of “You Can Count On Me”.