Hands Like Houses announce new album, share music video

Photo by Megan Thompson

Australian pop-punk band, Hands Like Houses have announced their fourth studio album -Anon. out October 12th via Hopeless Records. With –Anon., Hands Like Houses found themselves with the opportunity to immerse themselves completely in the new songs, after spending much of the last six years on and off tour. The rare free time off the road allowed them to follow their instincts and craft each new song with its own energy and identity. The final collection presents and captures fatalism and optimism, call-outs and self-reflection, realism and fantasy, politics and personal journey. Each its own anonymous piece to relate to, built around a shared human experience or perspective. The album was produced by Colin Brittain who is known for his work with acts like Papa Roach, 5 Seconds of Summer and One OK Rock.

Today Hands Like Houses also released the music video for their first single “Overthinking”. You can watch the video below:

While the band has yet to announce a North American headlining tour, the band will be touring the UK and Europe extensively this fall with headlining dates and alongside Our Last Night. You can view the full list of tour dates below:

Hands Like Houses Tour Dates
October 19 – Cathouse – Glasgow, UK
October 20 – The Asylum – Birmingham, UK
October 21 – Key Club – Leeds, UK
October 23 – Fleece – Bristol, UK
October 24 – Academy 3 – Manchester, UK
w/ Our Last Night
October 25 – Electric Ballroom – London, UK
October 26 – Zappa – Antwerpen, BE
October 27 – Turbinenhalle 2 – Oberhausen, DE
October 28 – Patronaat – Haarlem, AN
October 30 – Markthalle – Hamburg (Altstadt), DE
October 31 – Löwensaal – Nürnberg, DE
November 1 – WUK – Vienna, AT
November 2 – Lucerna Music Bar – Prague, CZ
November 3 – Dürer Kert – Budapest, HU
November 4 – Backstage Werk – Munchen, DE
November 5 – Substage – Karlsruhe, DE

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