Hands Like Houses are officially the newest members of the Hopeless Records family. To celebrate this signing, the band has dropped a brand new single and music video for “Drift,” which fans can watch below. Additionally, the band has signed to UNFD in Australia and New Zealand.
Frontman Trenton Woodley says “Drift” is about finding the connection: “Drift is about a momentary lapse in momentum, where everything is still long enough to question where you’re going, where you’ve been and how they are somehow supposed to connect in the middle.“
The electrifying chemistry between lead singer Trenton Woodley, lead guitarist Matt “Coops“ Cooper, guitarist/backing vocalist Alexander Pearson, bassist/backing vocalist Joel Tyrrell, and drummer Matt Parkitny, paired with a brilliant, unique artistic identity make Hands Like Houses one of the most exciting bands in the hard rock genre right now, touring with the likes of Pierce The Veil, Sleeping With Sirens, A Day To Remember and Bring Me The Horizon as well as their upcoming third trip on Vans Warped Tour.
Born and bred in Canberra, Hands Like Houses are one of the most famous rock exports to come emerge from the nation’s capital. With over 100k record sales, 14 full US and eight UK tours on the books, Hands Like Houses have just experienced the most successful 18 months of their career. Their critically acclaimed third album Dissonants 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 thrilling epic crowds at home on UNIFY 2016, The Equinox Tour and the listeners of triple j with their incredible cover of No Doubt‘s “Don’t Speak” on Like A Version. Meanwhile, on the other side of the world, Hands Like Houses played sold out shows on their biggest UK and US headline runs ever, as well as played to tens of thousands of people on the Rock on the Range, Carolina Rebellion and Northern Invasion alongside legendary acts The Red Hot Chili Peppers, Deftones, Alice Cooper and Disturbed.
On joining the Hopeless Records family, Woodley states “In terms of our career, we’re incredibly excited to be working with our friends at Hopeless Records, as they become that key link between our present and our future as a band.”
Fans will have a chance to hear Hands Like Houses perform “Drift” all summer at this year’s Vans Warped Tour. Tickets for the tour are on sale now.
Returning home in October, the Drift Australian Tour will be Hands Like Houses biggest headline run to date.