Today, Australian rockers Hands Like Houses released their new full-length album, Dissonants.
“It feels like not only a step forward, but also a step to the right,” lead vocalist Trenton Woodley says. “We never want to make the same album twice, but we also never want to leave anybody behind.
“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.”
“It feels like not only a step forward, but also a step to the right,” lead vocalist Trenton Woodley says. “We never want to make the same album twice, but we also never want to leave anybody behind.”
The band hooked us up with the exclusive premiere of their new music video for “Glasshouse,” featured on the album.
“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,” Woodley says.
Check it out:
“We spend our life on the road, where playing live has shown us not only which songs the crowd is most responsive to, but also which songs we enjoy playing the most,” Woodley explains. “This album captures so much of that intense energy.”
Get your hands on the new album Dissonants via iTunes today!