Posted by Amy Simmons on 28 Sep

Wednesday 28 September, 2016

 Canberra's Hands Like Houses are thrilled to unveil their latest music video, “Perspectives" today.  “Perspectives” is pulled from the band’s third full-length studio album, Dissonants, released earlier this year via UNFD/Rise Records. The new video comes just days before the band is set to kick off another round of worldwide tour dates, beginning in the UK with Of Mice & Men this week. After touring the UK and Europe, Hands Like Houses will head over to North America for a co-headlining tour with Our Last Night before returning home for their highly anticipated headline tour in February 2017.   

Click below to watch the new video for "Perspectives".



The past year has easily been one of the most successful on record for Hands Like Houses. In February they released their critically acclaimed brilliant third album Dissonants, which impressively debuted at #7 on the ARIA Chart and Top 10 Billboard Independent Albums, Hard Music Albums, Alternative Albums and Rock Albums.The band have also spent their time impressing epic crowds at home on The Big Ass Tour, UNIFY 2016 and, most recently, The Equinox Tour. Meanwhile, on the other side of the world, Hands Like Houses sold out shows on their biggest UK and US headline runs ever, as well as played to tens of thousands of people on the Vans Warped Tour, Rock on the Range, Carolina Rebellion, Northern Invasion and Download Festival.

While touring through Australia as part of The Equinox package, Hands Like Houses took a break from their run shows to visit Rolling Stone to share a stripped down version of “Colourblind” and hit triple j for their Like A Version series, where they put their spin on No Doubt’s “Don’t Speak”.  

Click below to watch Hands Like Houses on Like A Version


Click below to watch "Colourblind" on Rolling Stone.



“Dissonants is, without a doubt, Hands Like Houses’ defining record. It’s loud, flashy, and downright explosive.”Blunt Mag

“Dissonants is a cohesive machine whose gears were assembled with forethought and considerable acumen.” Tone Deaf

“These guys have always been effortlessly energetic and captivating on stage, but 2016 finds them more formidable than ever before because they’re packing an arsenal of the biggest and best tunes of their career.” Music Feeds

 “Their ever-expanding presence was undeniable.”Hysteria Mag

“The intensity grew rapidly in sync with Woodley’s potent higher range until the atmosphere had grown to the point of filling every last square centimetre of the theatre.” the Music

“Hands Like Houses stand shoulder-to-shoulder with the world’s finest at the forefront of rock’s newest chapter.” – Moshtix

“A good looking group of well dressed long haired gentlemen took to the stage and completely obliterated any pre-conceptions of what heavy music looks like.” Spotlight Report



The Colourblind Australian Tour

Friday 3rd February – The Factory, Sydney (Lic/AA)

Tickets available from The Factory Theatre

Saturday 4th February - Triffid, Brisbane (Lic/AA)

Tickets available from OzTix

Friday 10th February – Uni Bar, Adelaide (Lic/AA)

Tickets available from OzTix

Saturday 11th February - The Corner Hotel, Melbourne (18+)

Tickets available from The Corner Hotel


Tickets on sale Thursday June 30 at 9am


For complete tour and ticketing information, visit:



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