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Trophy Eyes release new song “Heaven Sent”

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Newcastle, Australia natives, Trophy Eyes, released a brand new song “Heaven Sent” from their upcoming album Chemical Miracle today! Fans can now stream the track on the official Hopeless Records YouTube channel, here: smarturl.it/teheavensent

Lead singer, John Floreani, on the song – “Heaven Sent is like an 80’s montage of every relationship I’ve ever had. It starts out all sweet and innocent, until they finally work me out, and then ends in a flaming plane crash catastrophe. Not just the long term relationships, either.”

Chemical Miracle is set for release on October 14, 2016 via Hopeless Records and is now available for digital pre-order here: smarturl.it/ChemicalMiracle and physical pre-order here: smarturl.it/trophyeyesmerch

When pre-ordered digitally, fans will receive “Chlorine” and “Heaven Sent” as an instant grat tracks!

Watch the official music video for their first single “Chlorine”, here:

Chemical Miracle by Trophy Eyes

Chemical Miracle Track Listing:
1. Chlorine
2. Counting Sheep
3. Nose Bleed
4. Heaven Sent
5. Rain On Me
6. Chemical
7. Breathe You In
8. Home Is
9. Miracle
10. Suicide Pact
11. Daydreamer

Hailing from Newcastle, Australia, Trophy Eyes have created a new wave of alternative punk music. Chemical Miracle is the follow up to the band’s debut full length Mend, Move On, which was released in late 2014.

Trophy Eyes is currently on a sold out run in Australia supporting The Amity Affliction and will rejoin them in North America for nationwide tour! A full list of upcoming tour dates can be found below.

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