Fresh from the release of their self-titled EP last month, Hands Like Houses are announcing an Australian tour for early 2021. Titled the ‘Reflect’ Tour, Hands Like Houses will bring a reimagined gig experience to venues in NSW, QLD and their hometown of Canberra throughout January.
General tickets are on sale from 9am AEDT Thursday November 19 via handslikehouses.net, and fans can access pre-sale tickets via the website now. Check out all the details below.
Australian rock band Hands Like Houses are proud to announce a worldwide headline tour in support of their upcoming and third studio album, Dissonants, which will be released this spring through Rise Records. The tour will kick off in Australia on Oct 9th, followed by a U.S. run Oct 23rd-Nov 27, and UK dates Nov 30th-Dec 11th. Continue reading Hands Like Houses – New Album and Tour Announced!→
ENTER SHIKARI return to Australia this May to unleash their fractured take on punk, metal, dubstep, hip-hop and electronica. The St Albans quartet will bombard your senses and this time they are armed with The Mindsweep which can be described as a future classic right now but more importantly realise The Mindsweep is a classic for OUR time. Continue reading ENTER SHIKARI – The Mindsweep Australian Tour – May 2015→
Australian 6-piece rock band, HANDS LIKE HOUSES release a music video for their cover of ‘Torn’ – the 1997 pop hit by Natalie Imbruglia – as part of the Punk Goes 90s, Vol. 2 compilation, currently available on iTunes through Fearless Records. Since its release, the band’s version is the best selling song on the compilation in Australia and New Zealand.
The beginning of 2012 saw Hands Like Houses signing to Rise Records and have since sold over 60,000 albums worldwide (2012’s Ground Dweller, 2013’s Unimagine), including an appearance at American Top 40 with the release of their sophomore album Unimagine, which debuted at #37 on Billboard 200 and #51 on the ARIA album chart last year. Continue reading Hands Like Houses release new video for their cover of ’Torn’→