Aussie rock band Hands Like Houses are on the verge of a mainstream breakout hit with the release of their long-awaited third studio album, Dissonants, that’s due out on February 26th via Rise Records. To further fan the flames of anticipation, the band has partnered today with Billboard.com to reveal a video for their new song “Colourblind.” Watch the video below:
“It feels damned good to get this one out – even more so, with such a sweet video by our dear friend Megan Thompson,” says singer Trenton Woodley. “”Colourblind” is about our cultural obsession with binary ideas – black and white, or politically left or right, for or against, right or wrong. We’re so caught up in black, white and the infinite shades of grey we forget that colour is in everything. Oh and yes, there is a ‘u’ in “Colourblind.” We’re Australian.”
Over the last several months, Hands Like Houses has teased fans with new tracks “I Am” and “New Romantics,” and with the release of “Colourblind” excitement for Dissonants will reach an unprecedented heights on a global scale.
Dissonants was produced by James Paul Wisner (Paramore, Underoath), and features twelve massive rock-radio anthems. Fans can pre-order the album now at iTunes (w/instant download of “Colourblind”) and handslikehouses.merchnow.com.
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