The Young Hearts

The Young Hearts Released Video For The Way Back

The Young Hearts

UK based punk rock band The Young Hearts released their debut album ‘The Modern State’ 29th January 2021 and then almost immediately went on a 12 month hiatus. Over the campaign the band landed coverage with the likes of Alt Press, Triple J, BBC, Idobi Radio, 89FM, Kerrang, Rock Sound, BBC, BT TV and many other respected publications. The album also achieved official playlisting with Spotify, Apple, Deezer, Amazon Music, Pandora and more. The Young Hearts have previously toured and shared stages with the likes of Can’t Swim, Junior, Mallory Knox and more. The band will now release their comeback single ‘The Way Back’ on October 28th 2022. Pre-saves are available at the link below. The band have released the video 2 days ahead of release and you can check it here. 

Speaking about ‘The Way Back’, singer Craig Lawrence says – “A year ago, The Young Hearts were done. Through a culmination of the pandemic and the twists and turns of growing up, it was clear for long term guitarist Aaron, and drummer AJ that they could no longer continue pursuing a dream that was taking its toll on other aspects of their life. To persevere with the band after losing half your family just didn’t feel like the right thing to do. So in the summer of 2021, just six months after releasing their debut album, The Young Hearts were set to call it a day. However, it was a matter of weeks before we realised the dream didn’t have to be lost. There were new songs written, songs that we felt pushed our sound into a more exciting and ambitious arena. We needed to start building again from the ground up, so we brought in two members Conor and Joe who shared the vision and passion The Young Hearts had always felt. ‘The Way Back’ is the first single off our sophomore release, and it’s a song about starting again, and realising that a dream doesn’t have to be about the achievement at the end, but just the importance of the pursuit and the enjoyment along the way.





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