These Hearts will release their sophomore album, Yours To Take, on July 9, and HM is teaming up with the band to get you some free swag!

Watch the lyric video for the track “Miserable” (below) from the new album. All you have to do is drop a comment below with why you’re excited for Yours To Take for a chance to win the ultimate pre-order package:

  1. Brand new These Hearts t-shirt
    These Hearts Tee
  2. Zip-up hoodie
    These Hearts Zip-up Hoodie
  3. Drawstring backpack
    These Hearts Drawsting Backpack

You can comment on the YouTube video itself (only comments between June 17 and July 9 will be eligibe), or right here on the post. We’ll pick two winners! The giveaway ends July 9.


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