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This is gonna Hurt: Trophy Eyes drummer Callum Cramp has announced his departure from the Newcastle rockers, according to an Instagram post made yesterday.
The post revealed he was “no longer playing” with Trophy Eyes as of a few weeks ago. According to reports, he was not present for their Yours & Owls Festival appearance on 30th September.
As of a few weeks ago, I’m no longer playing with Trophy Eyes. It was a wild ride from the moment we all stepped into my parents granny flat and it never slowed down from there. To mark the start of their next chapter, the boys released a new single titled ‘Hurt’. Its big, its catchy, and you should all support the shit out of it!
635 Likes, 96 Comments – Callum Cramp (@callumcramp) on Instagram: “As of a few weeks ago, I’m no longer playing with Trophy Eyes. It was a wild ride from the moment…”
The news comes on the back of latest single Hurt, which marks a “new chapter” in the band’s history.
The band was also named as part of the first Download Australia line-up today.
Cramp sat behind the skins on 2016’s breakout record Chemical Miracle, an ARIA Top 10 charting album.
A permanent replacement is not yet known.
More information will be posted as it comes to hand.