Forced to reschedule overseas trip.
Canberra rockers Hands Like Houses have announced that they are delaying their planned UK tour until early 2016 in an effort to put the final touches on their forthcoming third studio album, Dissonants.
The band took to their Facebook page yesterday to confirm the unfortunate news to their European fans.
"This year has been a huge lesson in patience and perseverance as we've applied the finishing strokes to our third studio album, Dissonants; the largest lesson of all, being, that it is more important to get something right than simply to get it done. We are exceptionally proud of this album and the work that has gone into it, and we feel that the tour would be incomplete without having these new songs available for you beforehand, to enjoy, and to get excited about experiencing live."
"These kinds of decisions are always made with great difficulty, but also the calming reassurance that we will be coming back refreshed, re-energised and on the back of releasing our best album yet."
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The group responded to concerned fans in the same post to assure them that rescheduled dates will be confirmed in the coming weeks and that punters who have already purchased tickets can use them for the new dates.
While an album release date is yet to be confirmed, the band did announce that the record has been completed and is in its final stages of production.