HANDS LIKE HOUSES START UK TOUR THIS WEEK
COVER OF ‘TORN’ FOR PUNK GOES 90’S VOL 2
Australia’s Hands Like Houses start their UK headline run tonight in London. The band played to packed out rooms at Hit The Deck festival this weekend, and with sold out shows all week, it looks set to be a rapturous return to UK shores.
They band have recently released a cover of Natalie Imbruglia’s ‘Torn’ for Punk Goes 90’s out now via Fearless Records. Check out the video below
Tues 22nd April London Garage
Wed 23rd April Southampton Joiners
Thurs 24th April Cardiff Clwb Ifor Bach
Fri 25th April Birmingham Asylum 2
Sat 26th April Sheffield Corporation
Mon 28th April Glasgow Cathouse
Tues 29th April Manchester Sound Control
Wed 30th April Leeds Cockpit 3
Fri 2nd May Dublin Academy 2
Sat 3rd May Belfast Oh Yeah Centre
Australia’s Hands Like Houses burst onto the scene in 2012, releasing their debut album “Ground Dweller” to incredible reviews and an even better reaction from people everywhere. The album had great sales out the gate, selling 4,500 ﬁrst week, despite the band having never been to the US, The band kept on growing – thanks to them taking their live show in front of large audiences, touring the entire US with bands like Pierce The Veil and Sleeping With Sirens.
Second album Unimagine was produced by James Paul Wisner (Underoath, Paramore, The Academy Is…) and is out now via Rise Records.