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Hands Like Houses Release Music Video for Degrees of Separation

Hands Like Houses have been working up a storm! They’ve gone from Australian rock band to one for the top bands in the industry. Their music video for Degrees of Separation is quite an art piece. It give chills, but that may just be that “cold is creeping in”.  The metaphor built by the video and lyrics play well with each other. Check it out below!

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Hands Like Houses – Dissonants

“We Are The Sickness, And The Symptom, And The Cure”

Screen Shot 2016-02-09 at 3.06.44 PMRelease Date: February 26, 2016
Label: Rise Records
Rocks Like: Our Last Night, Emarosa, Pierce The Veil, & Sleeping With Sirens
Recommended Track(s): Degrees Of Separation, Stillwater, Motion Sickness… All of it.


It’s been nearly a year since Hands Like Houses released the first track ‘I Am’ from their upcoming album, immediately captivating fans with the immense sound and talent behind the track, making Dissonants by far one of the most anticipated albums of 2016.

The word that comes to mind when trying to put the sound of the album into words is BIG. Everything about this album feels on a grandiose scale, from the huge chorus’s packed full of anthemic gang vocals, to the soaring guitars, the bold bass lines, and the epic vocal harmonies.
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New Song, “New Romantics,” From New Album, Hands Like Houses Share – LISTEN HERE!

That’s right! Hands Like Houses have officially revealed the single “New Romantics” from their upcoming album Dissonants. The new album was initially scheduled for release sometime this month, but is now pushed back until spring (we are yet to have an update on an official release date). In the meantime, if you are reading this from down under, be sure to catch Hands Like Houses currently out on their “Dissonants World Tour”  where they have also debuted 2 other new songs: “Glass House” and “Perspectives.” For a full list of tour dates head over to Hands Like Houses official website here.
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