Every teen demographic, post-hardcore band has to hang up the hair straighteners and grow up at some point and thank God These Hearts have.
With the release of Forever Ended Yesterday in 2011, These Hearts became a misunderstood laughing stock with cringe worthy lyrics aimed at generic pop loving fans. This combined with powerful, distorted vocals similar to that of Atreyu resulted in a confusing, dissonant sound which contrasted the talent of the band's ability to perform both genres.
These Hearts new album, Yours To Take, is a much more mature, understood sound making it clear that the band have reflected upon themselves and improved. They're proving to everybody (including those that once doubted them) that they're not just a band for young teens suffering heart break.
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