Great news, everybody! Following up the release of 2016′s Dissonants, Australian rock outfit Hands Like Houses have just announced the release of their fourth studio album.
Titled as -Anon, Hands Like Houses’ new 10 track album will officially hit stores October 12th via Hopeless Records.
And that’s not all, folks. To coincide with the album news, the Aussie five-piece have also dropped a brand new, vibed-out track titled “Overthinking.”
“We’re a mess of excitement and nerves to finally bring you “Overthinking,” the first taste of our fourth album -Anon,” said the band in a joint statement. “In 10 years of Hands Like Houses, it’s been the most fun we’ve had creating a record yet, and we’re unbelievably proud of the energy, the honesty and the stories that have gone into it. This is just the beginning.”
To get your first taste of -Anon, be sure to check out “Overthinking” below. Afterward, make sure to pre-order Hands Like Houses’ new album here.
1. Kingdom Come
5. Through Glass
7. No Man’s Land
10. Bad Dream