Hands Like Houses traveled thousands of miles to the U.S. for their 2018 fall headlining tour with support from Emarosa, Devour the Day, The Faim, and Arlington. The five members of Hands Like Houses hail from Canberra, Australia and are touring in support of their new album ‘-Anon’. The songs from this album have the same HLH feel, but with distinct maturation from their previous work. You can check out some of the new music here:
The show in St. Louis, Mo. started out with a VIP event for fans. VIP ticket holders had the opportunity to attend a short acoustic set by Hands Like Houses and interact on a more personal level. Fans of all ages were in attendance, a few young children ran around the venue as it started to fill for the show. The bands traveling as support for the tour fit the bill perfectly, each one having a complementary style to match the HLH rock vibe.
When Hands Like Houses took the stage, everyone packed in to get the best view possible. HLH performed many songs off of their new album and fans sang and jumped around the whole set. The band was very interactive with their fans as well as the photographers in attendance, making for an amazing show all around!
Hands Like Houses continues their U.S. tour through December 9th, check out the link below to see where they will be and don’t forget to check out the new album ‘-Anon’ out now!
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