Welcome to a new era of Trophy Eyes. The Australian rockers are back with what just may be their most emotive collection of songs yet. Suicide and Sunshine arrived on June 23, a masterful and poetic ode to both life and death. Largely written about vocalist John Floreani’s experience in losing his best friend to suicide, the record is an emotional journey into the deepest depth’s of the singer’s psyche. Songs like “Sean”and “Life In Slow Motion”are likely to summon tears, while others, such as the slightly more upbeat “What Hurts The Most,”embody the band’s motto of disguising sad songs as happy ones. The record puts Floreani’s impeccable songwriting on full display, and there’s a relatable song in the mix for anyone who’s ever experienced deep loss.