For a good while we’ve found that bands like Hand Habits can just get into your head. On their latest single “No Difference” that’s exactly what happens. The rhythm that the band brings to the table alone is it’s own thing. However on the new song from the album Fun House out in October Meg Duffy finds a way to get there and never leave.
There’s an easy going tone here in the song. The reserved and relaxed nature of Duffy’s vocals here work and give them a more reserved tone. The easy going sound of their vocals finds itself going in and not letting go. The whimsical notes within take their words to a whole new space and introduce you to something new. Finding herself in new spaces throughout the video gives us their music in a new way. The end result is as engaging as it is in the beginning.
The song can be heard above. You can stream it wherever you stream music. Her new album Fun House out on Saddle Creek on October 22nd can be preordered from Saddle Creek Records. Hand Habits will be on tour starting September 07 at Metro Music Hall in Salt Lake City, Utah until November 14 in Seattle, WA at The Showbox. Their tour dates can be accessed here.
Image Credits: Photo by Ho Jun.