It seems like an age since Australia’s Hands Like Houses announced their signing to Hopeless Records in June of last year, but we’ve now finally got news of the band’s fourth album – the first through their new label home – which follows on from 2016’s ‘Dissonants’.
Recorded at Steakhouse Studios in Hollywood, California with producer Colin Brittain, the band’s new album ‘-Anon.’ is set to see a release on October 12th 2018 through Hopeless Records/UNFD.
Frontman Trenton Woodley went on to talk about the idea and the concept behind ‘-Anon.’ and its title.
“Separating from my sense of self to create something that could stand on its own was the thought process that planted the seed for ‘-Anon.”s title and concept. I still take my role as a storyteller seriously, so each day we wrote, we sat down and talked about different people, different experiences, different ideas – then we chose one of those threads and followed it down the rabbit hole.”
You can take a look at the cover artwork, full track listing, a stream of lead single ‘Overthinking’, and pre-order options below.
01.) Kingdom Come
04.) Overthinking [stream]
05.) Through Glass
07.) No Man’s Land
10.) Bad Dream