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Single Review: Drift, Hands Like Houses

Single Review: Drift, Hands Like Houses

Hands Like Houses dropped a new single, along with an announcement that they have signed to Hopeless Records. The band seems to be turning a new leaf – getting heavier and heavier with the last album ‘Dissonants,’ another summer on Warped Tour, and a new label – it seems that they have exciting things in store for the guys this year.

Vocalist Trenton Woodley has always written in-depth and thought-provoking lyrics – Drift is no exception. Every song feels like a glimpse into his journey of self-searching. A prominent verse sings, “Freezing, frameless, I’m tempting fate with saying nothing. I won’t fade away to nothing.” Woodley described the single as being 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.”

Hands Like Houses is a vocal and instrumental powerhouse with magnetic chemistry. Every line, melody and breakdown are written and executed perfectly. Pop D gives this 5 out of 5.




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