These Hearts Release New Music Video Clip & Tour Dates

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THESE HEARTS are set to embark upon a U.S. tour following the January 11, 2012 video premiere for the track “Romans 15” from Forever Ended Yesterday, their latest record released in the summer of 2011.

The tour begins in the Midwest, hitting Milwaukee, St. Louis and more before heading down to Nashville and rounding off on the East Coast.

Watch a teaser of the music video for “Romans 15” and to see the full list of upcoming tour dates with JAMIE’S ELSEWHERE and ICON FOR HIRE.

These Hearts Tour Dates:

Jan 20, 2012            The Garage, Burnsville, MN, US w/Icon For Hire, Jamie’s Elsewhere

Jan 21, 2012            The Rave, Milwaukee, WI, US w/Icon For Hire, Jamie’s Elsewhere

Jan 22, 2012            PENNY ROAD PUB, S. Barrington, IL, US w/Icon For Hire, Jamie’s Elsewhere

Jan 23, 2012            Pop’s, Sauget, IL, US w/Icon For Hire, Jamie’s Elsewhere

Jan 24, 2012            Fubar, St. Louis, MO, US w/Icon For Hire, Jamies Elsewhere

Jan 26, 2012            Marquee Theatre, Tulsa, OK, US w/Icon For Hire, Jamies Elsewhere

Jan 27, 2012            National Park AG, Hot Springs, AR, US w/Icon For Hire, Jamies Elsewhere

Jan 28, 2012            Rocketown, Nashville, TN, US w/Icon For Hire, Jamie’s Elsewhere

Jan 29, 2012            Goodtime Charlie’s, Tupelo, MS, US w/Icon For Hire, Jamie’s Elsewhere

Jan 29, 2012            Goodtime Charlie’s, Tupelo, MS, US w/Icon For Hire, Jamies Elsewhere

Jan 31, 2012            The 7 Venue, Douglasville, GA, US w/Icon For Hire, Jamie’s Elsewhere

Feb 1, 2012 New Brookland Tavern, West Columbia, SC, US w/Icon For Hire, Jamie’s Elsewhere

Feb 2, 2012 Volume 11, Raleigh, NC, US w/Icon For Hire, Jamie’s Elsewhere

Feb 3, 2012 Shaka’s, Virginia Beach, VA, US

Feb 4, 2012 Planet Trog, Whitehall, PA, US w/Icon For Hire, Jamie’s Elsewhere

Feb 6, 2012 Broadway Bar, Amityville, NY, US w/Icon For Hire, Jamie’s Elsewhere

Feb 7, 2012 The Loft, Poughkeepsie, NY, US w/Icon For Hire, Jamie’s Elsewhere

Feb 8, 2012 The Center, Palmyra, ME, US w/Icon For Hire, Jamie’s Elsewhere

Feb 9, 2012 Firehouse Thirteen, Providence, RI, US w/Icon For Hire, Jamie’s Elsewhere

Feb 10, 2012           3065 Live, East Wareham, MA, US w/Icon For Hire, Jamie’s Elsewhere

Feb 11, 2012           Rocko’s, Manchester, NH, US w/Icon For Hire, Jamies Elsewhere

Feb 12, 2012           Bogie’s, Albany, NY, US w/Icon For Hire, Jamie’s Elsewhere

Feb 13, 2012           Dingbatz, Clifton, NJ, US w/Icon For Hire, Jamie’s Elsewhere

Feb 15, 2012           The Vortex Concert Club, Akron, OH, US w/Icon For Hire, Jamie’s Elsewhere

Feb 16, 2012           The Venue 42, Lebanon, OH, US w/Icon For Hire, Jamie’s Elsewhere

Feb 17, 2012           The Active Room, Wyandotte, MI, US w/Icon For Hire, Jamie’s Elsewhere

Feb 18, 2012           Building One, Twin Lakes, MN, US w/Icon For Hire, Jamie’s Elsewhere

Feb 19, 2012           Kaliseum, Kalkaska, MI, US w/Icon For Hire, Jamie’s Elsewhere

Feb 20, 2012           Broadripple, Fort Wayne, IN, US w/Icon For Hire, Jamies Elsewhere

For more information on THESE HEARTS:

http://www.victoryrecords.com/thesehearts

http://www.facebook.com/thesehearts

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