Released March 13, 2012. Ground Dweller Tracklist. 1. Antarctica Lyrics. Ground Dweller is the debut LP by the Australian post-hardcore band Hands Like Houses through Rise Records. The album peaked on second place in the US Top Heatseekers Albums (Billboard). The date of the release, AlternativePress published a track-by-track interview with frontman Trenton Woodley for the first six songs. Ground Dweller Q&A. Mastering Jamal Ruhe.
Hands Like Houses is an Australian rock band from Canberra. Formed in 2008, the group is currently signed to Hopeless Records and UNFD. Their debut album, Ground Dweller, was released on 13 March 2012 and charted at number 141 on the Billboard Top 200 and number 2 on the Billboard Heatseekers Chart. Their second album, Unimagine, was released on 23 July 2013, during their route on Warped Tour
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Band Name Hands Like Houses. Album Name Ground Dweller. Data de lançamento 13 Março 2012. Estilo de MúsicaPost Hardcore. Membros têm este álbum9.
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Hands Like Houses Lyrics. sort by album sort by song. album: "Ground Dweller" (2012). Antarctica Don't Look Now, I'm Being Followed. Act Normal This Ain't No Place For Animals Spineless Crow Starving To Death In The Belly Of The Whale A Clown And His Pipe The Definition Of Not Leaving Lion Skin One Hundred Watchmaker The Sower. album: "Unimagine" (2013). Developments Introduced Species Weight Shapeshifters The House You Built A Tale Of Outer Suburbia Oceandust No Parallels Fountainhead Wisteria A Fire On A Hill. EP: "Reimagine" (2014)
Hands Like Houses will be releasing their new album, Ground Dweller, on March 13 via Rise Records. Fans can stream the album in its entirety below. Let us know what you think! TAGS.
Hands Like Houses’ relatively short (not even 6-year) existence has been one of continuous blessings. Forming as So Long Safety in 2006, the band’s debut EP and first live shows served to introduce audiences to their impassioned blend of soaring, Tyler Carter-esque vocals, tight-knit rhythmic sections and rich, perfectly measured soundscapes. But that was just the beginning. So, does Ground Dweller actually have any flaws" Well, yes, but only small ones. As mentioned above, Hands Like Houses recorded a quarter (or thereabouts) of this album in 2010 before doing the rest in 2011, and at some points it really does show. The album’s lowest point is the One Hundred, a song that has its roots in the band’s early demos. The simple fact is, some of the album is just fresher, smarter and better than the older parts, and it suffers for it.