Trophy Eyes recently hit the road on a North American tour as support for The Amity Affliction. Being familiar with their music, but yet to see them live, I was excited to catch them in Worcester, MA for their stop at The Palladium. Once I was in the venue, it was quickly apparent that the boys were giving it their all and got the energy going in the room as the show kicked off. The crowd got a mix of songs from the band’s original EP and first full-length album in addition to hearing their recent singles “Heaven Sent” and “Chlorine”.
As soon as the last song finished and the lights went up, vocalist John Floreani was at the back of the venue at the band’s merch table, ready to meet as many fans as possible – a great reminder of how supportive and welcoming this music scene is. If you’re headed out to one of the dates on this tour, make sure to get there right at the start to catch the boys in Trophy Eyes. You can pick up their new album Chemical Miracle out October 14 via Hopeless Records.