Hands Like Houses “Anon.”

The melodic alternative presented here is paper thin and uninspired. There’s a few tracks that highlight the band’s unique songwriting skills, but they aren’t enough to carry the entire listen. Halfway through the album, you start checking the track list to see how much is actually left. Band’s like this, with this many records under their belt, really need to deliver huge hooks in the first few tracks of their album to truly standout. There’s no way I’ll ever listen to this one again unless it randomly comes up on my shuffle.

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