THESE HEARTS RELEASE NEW MUSIC VIDEO TODAY (6/25)


WHAT: Fargo, ND’s THESE HEARTS show their light-hearted side by poking fun at themselves in their entertaining new music video for “Denial Is Not Just a River In Egypt”, off of Forever Ended Yesterday, out now.

THESE HEARTS have defined themselves as part of the modern Christian pop-punk/ hardcore scene. Their music fuses addictive hooks with pops melodies blended with a metal edge filled with huge breakdowns that will have fans singing every word. THESE HEARTS can be seen performing their energetic live show throughout the Midwest at many summer Christian festivals, including Lifest, Cornerstone, Sonshine and LifeLight Festival. Check out dates here.

WHO: Talk to members of THESE HEARTS:

  • Ryan Saunders, Vocals
  • Isaiah Folk, Drums
  • Daryl Van Beek, Guitar
  • Kyle Colby, Guitar
  • Tyler Rice, Bass

WHEN: June 25, 2012

WHERE:  Watch “Denial Is Not Just A River In Egypt” here.

To schedule an interview, contact

Jessica Mayhew at Victory Records

312-666-8661 x 2214, Email: Jessica@victoryrecords.com

For more information on THESE HEARTS:

http://www.facebook.com/thesehearts

http://www.victoryrecords.com/thesehearts

Upcoming Tour Dates:

7/04- Bushnell, IL @ Cornerstone Music Festival – Set Time: 1: 30 pm

7/11- Oshkosh, WI @ Lifest- Set Time: 8:45 pm

7/12- Oshkosh, WI @ Lifest- Set Time: 6:30 pm

7/13- Willmar, MN @ Sonshine Festival – Set Time: TBD

8/11- Birch Run, MI @ Dirt Fest – Set Time: TBD

8/31- Sioux Falls, ND @ LifeLight Fest- Set Time: 6:30 pm

9/01- Sioux Falls, ND @ LifeLight Fest- Set Time: 9:00 pm

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