News Alternative 05/11/2017

The Young Hearts Premiere 'Medicine' Music Video



New York, NY (Top40 Charts) Canterbury emo/alt-rockers, The Young Hearts have premiered their new music video, 'Medicine' through VEVO, today. The track, inspired by growing up and losing touch is taken from the bands new EP, 'Honestly, I'm Just Thinking', which is out now through Primordial Records.

Speaking on 'Medicine', vocalist Craig Lawrence said, "Medicine is a realisation that it's ok to feel a bit lost sometimes. As you grow up, life moves so fast and it's easy to feel like you're getting left behind, but you don't always have to know exactly where you're going for things to work out. This song was a turning point, and I was able to gain a fresh outlook on an all too familiar situation."

The Young Hearts take to the road across the South of England next week, including a hometown show at The Ballroom in Canterbury.

Catch The Young Hearts on tour:
09 Nov - Canterbury, The Ballroom
10 Nov - Luton, Harvey's
11 Nov - Torquay, The Attic
12 Nov - Bristol, Crofters Rights

For more info, Like The Young Hearts here: https://www.facebook.com/theyoungheartsuk/




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