“‘Drift’ is about a momentary lapse in momentum, where everything is still,” says Trenton Woodley

June 15, 2017

Australian rockers Hands Like Houses are celebrating their new deal with Hopeless Records by sharing a new single, ‘Drift’, and an accompanying music video, which you can see below. And that’s not the only recent deal for the band. The band has also inked with UNFD in Australia and New Zealand, reports Blabbermouth.

The band’s singer Trenton Woodley says ‘Drift’ is about staying still for a moment in order to ask yourself the most philosophical questions:

“‘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,” says the frontman.

The band will be performing at the Warped Tour later this summer and the lucky ones to visit it will see the live debut of their new song.

The popularity of Hands Like Houses has quickly superceeded the size of their hometown, Canberra, and with the third album, Dissonants, the band’s career skyrocketed. Dissonants brought the group a spot in Top 10 Billboard Independent Albums, and soon the band joined the “Big Ass Tour” with A Day to Remember, The Amity Affliction, and Motionless in White.

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