February 26, 2016 – Los Angeles, CA – Australian rock band Hands Like Houses has released their long-awaited, third studio album, Dissonants, today! Available now from Rise Records, Dissonants can be purchased at iTunes and http://hlh.merchnow.com.
“Earlier this year we got to perform as part of a pretty special private festival for Scouts Australia – and it was massive! Here’s some of the footage, along with our new track Glasshouse!” – Trenton Woodley
Fans have waited over two years for Hands Like Houses monumental follow up to their breakout record Unimagine, which has resulted in unprecedented excitement and anticipation in the U.S. Following their memorable performances on last summer’s Vans Warped Tour, the band has returned to the U.S. with what could be considered their best release to date.
Dissonants finds the band at their most creative, and has further established them as one of alternative rock’s most exciting breakout bands. Over the course of the record’s 12 anthemic rock songs, Hands Like Houses set the scene ablaze with intrepid songwriting and relentless energy.
“We’re pinching ourselves, Dissonants is finally here! This album represents everything we’ve poured into it in the past 18 months – relentless touring, ruthless self-reflection, intense pressure and plenty of patience. We’re incredibly proud of the result and are itching to see how big it can go. Let’s make it happen.” – Trenton Woodley
Dissonants (Album Stream Sampler): https://youtu.be/qMqvN8qEL90
“Colourblind” (Video): https://youtu.be/5NSIf7F7uMQ
“I Am” (Video): https://youtu.be/4P3anLLuLO8
Read what critics are saying…
“they prove that they’re more than worthy of our attention, and, with any luck, this will be the album that brings them into the spotlight they deserve.” – Idobi.com
“Hands Like Houses have made their most expansive and intriguing record yet with Dissonants. If they continue this pattern – always upping themselves – then they will surely take the world over in the coming years.” – NewNoiseMagazine.com
“this album is in contention for album of the year” – PuregrainAudio.com
“one of the greatest upcoming acts over the past few years.” – Substream Magazine