Australian rockers have announced their fourth studio album, -Anon. Produced by Colin Brittain (Papa Roach, 5 Seconds of Summer, One OK Rock), the new album will be released October 12th via Hopeless Records.
- Kingdom Come
- Through Glass
- No Man’s Land
- Bad Dream
Preorder the album here.
The band also released “Overthinking”, the first single off the album.
“We’re a mess of excitement and nerves to finally bring you ‘Overthinking’, the first taste of our fourth album -Anon,” said the band in a joint statement. “In 10 years of Hands Like Houses, it’s been the most fun we’ve had creating a record yet, and we’re unbelievably proud of the energy, the honesty and the stories that have gone into it. This is just the beginning.”
Check out the music video below:
Throughout October and November, Hands Like Houses will be extensively touring the UK and Europe. Normandie and Jule Vera will support the UK leg. Our Last Night will co-headline the Europe shows.
Check out the dates here:
10/19 Glasgow @ Cathouse
10/20 Birmingham @ The Asylum
10/21 Leeds @ Key Club
10/23 Bristol @ Fleece
10/24 Manchester @ Academy 3
10/25 London @ Electric Ballroom (w/ Our Last Night)
10/26 Antwerpen, BE @ Zappa
10/27 Oberhausen, DE @ Turbinenhalle
10/28 Haarlem, AN @ Patronaat
10/30 Hamburg (Altstadt), DE @ Markthalle
10/31 Nürnberg, DE @ Markthalle
11/01 Vienna, AT @ WUK
11/02 Prague, CZ @ Lucerna Music Bar
11/03 Budapest, HU @ Dürer Kert
11/04 Munchen, DE @ Backstage Werk
11/05 Karlsruhe, DE @ Substage