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Hands Like Houses New Album ‘-Anon.’ Out Today || Fall Tour Kicks Off Next Month

HANDS LIKE HOUSES
NEW ALBUM ‘-ANON. ‘
 
OUT TODAY
ON HOPELESS RECORDS
“…the album is a declarative move that finds the band setting their sights on a 
wider audience and larger venues. Tightly executed and packed with highlights, they 
pull it off with ease.”
 
FALL NORTH AMERICA TOUR WITH EMAROSA & DEVOUR THE DAY KICKS OFF NOVEMBER 10
OCTOBER 12, 2018 – CANBERRA, AUSTRALIA – Today, Hands Like Houses, have officially released their highly anticipated fourth studio album, Anon., out now via Hopeless Records. 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. Fans can purchase -Anon. here.
Speaking to the new release, the band said, “After anxiously sitting on our most significant album to date, -Anon.- is finally out in the world and we’re already blown away by the love you guys have already show it. We can’t wait to see where these open doors take us and we sincerely hope you’ll join us on the ride!”
Previously, the band shared the first single and official music video for “Overthinking“, as well as “Monster“, and “Tilt“. “Monster” recently hit #1 on SiriusXM’s Octane channel and continues to steadily grow at radio, reaching the Top 50 on the Active Rock charts and climbing, in addition to hitting over 1 million streams on Spotify. The single has also been chosen as the official theme song for WWE’s pay-per-view the “Super Show-Down”, and has been heard on Monday Night Football as well.
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.
-Anon Track listing
1. Kingdom Come

2. Monster
3. Sick
4. Overthinking
5. Through Glass
6. Half-hearted
7. No Man’s Land
8. Black
9. Tilt
10. Bad Dream
Next month, Hands Like Houses will embark on their US tour with Emarosa, Devour the Day, The Faim, and Arlington. A full list of dates, including their extensive touring in the UK and Europe throughout October and November, can be found below. Tickets are on-sale now, along with VIP at http://handslikehouses.net/.
The past eighteen months have solidified the band’s place as one of the most impressive up and coming rock bands in the world with over 85 million combined streams and 100K records sold. Their critically acclaimed album Dissonants, which was released in 2016, impressively debuted at #7 on the ARIA Chart and Top 10 Billboard Independent Albums, Hard Music Albums, Alternative Albums and Rock Albums.
The band have also spent their time performing for massive crowds at home on UNIFY 2016, The Equinox Tour and to tens of thousands of people on the Rock on the Range, Carolina Rebellion and Northern Invasion alongside legendary acts The Red Hot Chili Peppers, Deftones, Alice Cooper and Disturbed.
Hands Like Houses Tour Dates
W/ Normandie and Jule Vera
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
w/ Emarosa, Devour The Day, The Faim, & Arlington
November 10 – Slim’s – San Francisco, CA
November 12 – The Complex – Salt Lake City, UT
November 13 – Marquis – Denver, CO
November 15 – Amsterdam – Minneapolis, MN
November 16 – Bottom Lounge – Chicago, IL
November 17 – Fubar – St. Louis, MO
November 18 – Emerson Theater – Indianapolis, IN
November 19 – Trixie’s Entertainment Complex – Louisville, KY
November 20 – Magic Stick – Detroit, MI
November 21 – Skully’s – Columbus, OH
November 23 – Brighton Music Hall – Boston, MA
November 24 – Gramercy – New York, NY
November 25 – Foundry – Philadelphia, PA
November 27 – Sound Stage – Baltimore, MD
November 28 – Cat’s Cradle – Carrboro, NC
November 29 – Rocketown – Nashville, TN
November 30 – Masquerade (Hell) – Atlanta, GA
December 1 – Soundbar – Orlando, FL
December 3 – White Oak – Houston, TX
December 4 – Gas Monkey Bar N Grill – Dallas, TX
December 5 – Alamo – San Antonio, TX
December 7 – Crescent – Phoenix, AZ
December 8 – Irenic – San Diego, CA
December 9 – Teragram Ballroom – Los Angeles, CA
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