Hands Like Houses release new song, “Overthinking”, announce new album details

Australian rock band Hands Like Houses have released a brand new song, “Overthinking”, off their upcoming record -Anon. The band’s 4th full-length, it’s the first new HLH material since 2017’s one-off single “Drift”, and upon first listen, feels very different than anything they’ve done previously.

With multiple Warped Tour runs and sold-out shows worldwide under their belts, -Anon follows up 2016’s Dissonants, which showed the band consolidating their songwriting into an effective album that made waves worldwide. Songs like the anthemic “Colourblind” have become live staples, and only cement Hands Like Houses’ dedication to making great songs with more hooks than a tackle box.

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Rising alternative rock band For The Fire release new song, “Overthinking”

Fronted by powerhouse guitarist/vocalist Addison Rider and buoyed by new bass player Connor Buckingham, Indiana alternative rock band For The Fire have released a brand new single in the form of “Overthinking”. The song signals a new direction and style for the young band, who’ve endured countless trials and tribulations over the last year – yet have come out all the better for it. Formed in the fall of 2015, this bright young rock band have already managed to play shows with the likes of Icon For Hire and I See Stars, and embarked on multiple tours across the Midwest and East Coast. Check out the video for “Overthinking” below!

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