Hands Like Houses announce Australian tour

Canberra exports Hands Like Houses have had an absolute whirlwind year, kicking off 2012 by announcing the signing to acclaimed US indie Rise Records (Hot Water Music, Of Mice and Men, Memphis May Fire) to release their debut album Ground Dweller in January.

Ground Dweller was produced by Cameron Mizell (Sleeping With Sirens, Memphis May Fire) and released to incredible reviews, with Absolutepunk.net stating “It’s been a long time since I’ve seen a brand new band come out with such a debut.” Upon its March release, Ground Dweller reached #2 on Billboard Heat Seekers Chart with an overall debut of #141 on the Billboard Main Chart.

Spending the better half of 2012 sharing stages with the likes of Parkway Drive, My Ticket Home and The Air I Breathe, as well as an upcoming Spring US tour with Pierce The Veil, Sleeping With Sirens and fellow aussies Tonight Alive, Hands Like Houses can finally announce they are returning to our shores for an string of East Coast shows.

The Australian Summer Tour kicks off November 30th in Victoria before they snake their way up the coast to finish things off in style on the sunny Sunshine Coast. Make sure you don’t miss Hands Like Houses on their homecoming tour.


Friday November 30 – Beaconsfield Community Complex, Beaconsfield – AA

Saturday December 1 – Bang, Melbourne – 18
Tickets available at the door only

Sunday December 2 – Musicman Megastore, Bendigo – AA

Thursday December 6 – Hot Damn, Sydney – 18
Tickets available at the door only

Friday December 7 – The Loft, Newcastle – AA

Sunday December 9 – Blacktown Masonic Hall, Blacktown – AA

Wednesday December 12 – The Hoey Moey, Coffs Harbour – 18

Thursday December 13 – Snitch, Brisbane – 18
Tickets available at the door only

Saturday December 15 – Kurilpa Hall, Brisbane – AA (DAY SHOW)
w/ Hawthorne Heights

Saturday December 15 – Expressive Grounds, Gold Coast – AA (EVENING SHOW)

Sunday December 16 – Blackbox Theatre, Sunshine Coast – AA

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