THESE HEARTS have released their first digital EP titled Elephant In The Room, which is available through iTunesAmazonMP3TODAY!

image001thElephant In The Room is the follow up to the bands 2011 release, Forever Ended Yesterday. The EP includes five catchy tracks; two new songs, acoustic versions for “Denial Is Not Just A River in Egypt” and “Live To The Point Of Tears” along with a newly recorded version of “Denial Is Not Just a River In Egypt”.Watch their new music video “Denial Is Not Just A River In Egypt” here.

THESE HEARTS begin tour this Friday, September 7 with Broadway Us and From Outside. See a full listing of tour dates here.

THESE HEARTS w/ Broadway US, From Outside

9/7/2012 Memphis, TN @ Newby’s

9/8/2012 Tulsa, OK @ The Eclipse

9/9/2012 Fort Worth, TX @ Tomcats

9/10/2012 Metairie, LA @ The Cypress

9/11/2012 Tupelo, MS @ The Spot

9/12/2012 Douglasville, GA @ The 7 Venue

9/13/2012 Tampa, FL @ The Orpheum

9/14/2012 Orlando, FL @ Bombshell’s

9/15/2012 Jacksonville, FL @ Brewster’s Pit

9/18/2012 Richmond, VA@ Kingdom

9/19/2012 Baltimore, MD@  Ottobar

9/20/2012 Philadelphia, PA @ O’Reilly’s Pub

9/21/2012 Amityville, NY @ Broadway Bar

9/22/2012 Providence, RI @ Club Fete

9/23/2012 Wareham, MA @ 3065 Live

9/24/2012 Albany, NY@ Bogie’s

9/25/2012 Clifton, NJ @ Dingbatz

9/26/2012 Rochester, NY@ Dubland Underground

9/28/2012 Grand Haven, MI @ The Elks Lodge

9/29/2012 Kalkaska, MI @ The Kaliseum

For more information on THESE HEARTS:

http://www.facebook.com/thesehearts

http://www.victoryrecords.com/thesehearts

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