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Posted in Artist Watch, New Music, News, Releases with tags , on July 10, 2013 by Randy

THESE HEARTS has returned with the release of their sophomore album, Yours To TakeTHESE HEARTSteamed up with Joey Sturgis (ASKING ALEXANDRIA) and Andrew Wade (A DAY TO REMEMBER) to create the perfect soundtrack to your summer. THESE HEARTS‘ sound is a combination of honest, refreshing, and spirited choruses with stellar guest appearances from vocalists Mattie Montgomery (FOR TODAY) and Bert Poncet (CHUNK! NO, CAPTAIN CHUNK), Yours To Take boasts a balanced collection of both heavy and emotive anthems. New Noise Magazine agrees, calling the album “everything you could want from THESE HEARTS and more” and “proof that they can succeed at writing and playing any style they chose”.

We brought you A DAY TO REMEMBER and TAKING BACK SUNDAY, if you liked those bands you will loveTHESE HEARTS. Order your copy of Yours To Take at or download the album at iTunes /AmazonMP3 and see why Huffington Post awarded it “5 out of 5 stars”. The album is also available at Best Buy for $7.99, FYE, Hastings and independent retailers.

The album release tour begins July 18th in Joliet, IL. See a full list of tour dates here.

For more information on These Hearts:

Tour Dates:
7/18 – Joliet, IL @ Mojoe’s
7/19 – South Bend, IN @ Generic
7/20 – Kalkaska, MI @ The Fairgrounds
7/21 – Chesterfield, MI @ NYNY
7/24 – Newport, KY @ Thompson House
7/25 – Indianapolis, IN @ Irving Theater
7/26 – Terre Haute, IN @ THMV
7/27 – St. Louis, MO @ Fubar

Preview: These Hearts “Yours to Take”

Posted in New Music, News, Releases, Reviews with tags , , , , , , , , on July 2, 2013 by Randy

The new album “Yours to Take” by These Hearts is a beautiful fusion of Pop-Punk and Hardcore breakdowns that will to appeal to thousands of fans.  Their ability to comfortably fuse the genres is a preview of things to come, and given they’ve signed to Victory Records (who has had past experience with an array of artists like A Day to Remember, Hawthorne Heights, and Otep) proves that the opportunity to grow and flourish is there.

Key tracks?  The opener “This is Love,” is a song not just about the struggles of making it as a band, but also a thanks to those fans who believed in them from the beginning and helped get to the point they’re at today.  “The Inconvenience” showcases their hardcore influence, and may possibly be the heaviest on the list.  As the album winds down, you stumble upon the songs that have that Pop-Punk vibe to them, and you can really start to see how well they were able to blend the two different genres.

With that being said, this album is solid start to finish even though it has a few hit and misses along the way. With Victory’s track record of taking good bands and making them great, there should be nothing for These Hearts to worry about…a few more years of experience on the scene and they should one of the top touring bands on this label’s roster.

Release Date:  7/9/2013

Victory Records


Logan Rendulic, The Rock Tribune

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