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It takes a lot to be considered a sensation.  Christian group These Hearts have entered into an industry tangled with webs of passing fads and copycats only to come out with a fresh batch of songs giving pop music a much-needed shove into the ranks of remarkably composed, rock-flavored hits bound to please the masses.

Sensation, indeed.

The Fargo, North Dakota-based high-spirited, pop group unleashes their magnetically addicting album, Forever Ended Yesterday, today.   The Victory Records debut certainly has the essential spark to be one of the most exciting releases of the summer.

With addictive hooks that will instantly have you singing along and an effortless flair for weaving gritty heaviness in all the right places, Forever Ended Yesterday is an unstoppable force by way of a new approach to pop.  Kicking off with the standout track “Apology Rejected”, the album is packed full of what can only be pinpointed as an angst-filled, roller coaster ride of dangerously infectious songs in a promising collection of new favorites to rock fans everywhere.  Rounding off the album is the acoustic track “Thinking In Terms Of Two” – a charming addition showcasing the group’s musical talent as a beautifully played out bonus to the record.

Trekking ahead of the rest musically and otherwise, Forever Ended Yesterday manages to give pop/punk legends a run for their money.  A bold statement, yes, but their creative concoction carried out in the album has set a fantastic new standard for the pop, rock, and heavy hardcore genres.

In support of the new release, These Hearts will be spreading their fiercely energetic, upbeat tunes to crowds everywhere this summer at Sonshine, Cornerstone, and other renowned festivals along with embarking on a tour across the U.S to finish out the year.

Get your copy of Forever Ended Yesterday¸ available in stores everywhere and digitally on iTunes and Amazon.

Head over to http://www.victoryrecords.com/tours/artist/thesehearts for a complete list of tour dates.

For more information on These Hearts, check out:

http://www.victoryrecords.com/thesehearts

http://www.facebook.com/thesehearts

For all press inquiries and further materials, please contact:

Haley Dorn / haley@victoryrecords.com / 312.666.8661 x 116

ABOUT VICTORY RECORDS

Victory Records, Inc. is the top independent rock label in the United States and one of the world’s leading independent record companies.  Since 1993, Victory Records has maintained a successful formula composed of a dedicated staff, hard work, artist development, market knowledge and a profitable business model.  For more information, please visit http://www.victoryrecords.com.

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