Australia's Hands Like Houses burst onto the scene in 2012, releasing their debut album
"Ground Dweller" to incredible reviews and an even better reaction from people everywhere.
The album had great sales out the gate, selling 4,500 first week, despite the band having never
been to the US, The band kept on growing - thanks to them taking their live show in front of
large audiences, touring the entire US with bands like Pierce The Veil and Sleeping With Sirens.
When the first album you put out has that kind of reception, it really puts the pressure on the
artist for the follow up. One listen to "Unimagine." and it's clear that Hands Like Houses is the
real deal, and the first album was no fluke. If the band felt any pressure they channeled it and
used it as a motivator when they entered the studio with James Wisner (Underoath, Paramore,
Dashboard Confessional). From start to finish, Unimagine is anthemic, driving and catchy. The
band starts out the summer touring with Pierce The Veil and Woe, Is Me and then will spend
the rest of the summer on the entire Vans Warped Tour. They will also have incredible press
coverage, such as appearing on the cover of Substream, features in AltPress and more!