Random Record Review – Young Hearts, “Nowhere Kids” EP

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Young Hearts

Nowhere Kids EP

self-released (2009)

It’s free online, and the latest from Young Hearts.  A little different from the somehwhat fast-paced melodic hardcore of The Fight EP, which I am obsessed with,  its’ still tinged with the signature breakneck pop-punk that Young Hearts are known for.  I personally love “Hands On You” the most, but every song on here is great.  There really isn’t much to say about this band other than if you’re not already a fan, you need to become one.  If you’re into unique and high-energy punk rock about heartache and heartbreak, passion and good times, check it out.  You can download the record here.

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One Response to Random Record Review – Young Hearts, “Nowhere Kids” EP

  1. jared says:

    cool. I loved the fight ep. any idea where i can download this album now? the link is broken

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