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The Fargo, N.D.–based These Hearts build on the raw aggression of their debut with improved songcraft and more nuanced arrangements. Juxtaposing grinding breakdowns with soaring melodic choruses, the quintet captures romantic rapture and despair without sinking into emo excess. Songs like “This Is Love” (featuring Bert Poncet from the French popcore unit Chunk! No, Captain Chunk!), “The Inconvenience,” and “Miserable” bristle with metallic guitar mayhem and fervent gang vocals, landing somewhere between A Day to Remember and Underoath in sound. For Today’s Mattie Montgomery lends his throat to the assaultive “War,” the album’s heaviest tune. Lyrically, standout tracks include “Psycho” (a buoyant blast of angst directed against a fickle ex-girlfriend) and “Undecided Story” (a rocking waltz reaching out to a victim of an abusive relationship). The rollicking “Been Through Hell” and the more wistful “LOTR” find lead singer Ryan Saunders lamenting the touring musician’s lot, a theme likewise addressed in the semi-acoustic finale “Never Mind Me.” Yours to Take is both ferocious and sensitive—a mean feat for any band.

Customer Reviews


And These Hearts are at the vanguard. This album is awesome, a huge step up from their last album! Filled with siqq mosh you'll be jammin for days.


They definitely stepped up from their freshmen album. Getting rid of the high pitched singing was a good call. Great Breakdowns!

Punk Never Dies

Simply put, Yours to Take is an instant classic. Pop-Punk at its finest.


Formed: 2007 in Fargo, ND

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Based out of the snowy, upper Midwest, hard-hitting, faith-based post-hardcore quintet These Hearts blend the pulverizing rush of metalcore with the confectionary mellifluousness of pop-punk, bringing to mind contemporaries like Taking Back Sunday, Chunk! No, Captain Chunk!, and A Day to Remember. Formed in 2007 in Fargo, North Dakota around the talents of Ryan Saunders (vocals), Isaiah Folk (drums), Kyle Colby (guitar/vocals), Daryl Van Beek (guitar), and Tyler Rice (bass), the band self-released...
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