Young Medicine Release Electro-Rock Cover of NSYNC’s “Tearin’ Up My Heart”

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Young Medicine Release Electro-Rock Cover of NSYNC’s “Tearin’ Up My Heart

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Aggressive electro-rock quartet Young Medicine has shared their reimagining of NSYNC‘s pop classic “Tearin’ Up My Heart.” The song was well-received by singer Lance Bass, who is seen in the beginning of the music video giving the band his stamp of approval. Following the shout-out, there is an epic flow of 90’s boy band nostalgia that will make any 30-something miss the days of being awkward at a school dance.

The original ‘Tearin’ Up My Heart’ has been stuck in my head ever since first hearing it at the skating rink when I was 9 years old,” says vocalist Josh Hurst. “With NSYNC finally receiving their (well deserved) Hollywood Walk of Fame star, we figured now would be a great time to pay homage to the pop greats, and to give it our own spin.

Young Medicine are currently at work on an upcoming debut full-length and have been releasing singles in anticipation. The band takes a complete DIY approach in all their operations, producing all of their own music, videos, and artwork. The four members combine power-pop choruses, metal instrumentation, and keytar electronics that wouldn’t be out of place in an 80’s cinema, to create a sound that is all their own.

“Tearin’ Up My Heart” is available now on Spotify.

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About the Author:

Susanna has been with MIRP from the beginning and has enjoyed every moment of it and can't wait to see what adventures lie ahead. Married to her best friend, MIRP owner Jer Dimes, they enjoy going to concerts and being surrounded with family and friends. Susanna enjoys all types of music from pop, reggae, alternative, and folk. But her heart loves metal! Especially live! Her favorite bands are KoRn, 10 Years, Trivium, Dommin, Breakdown of Sanity, Motionless in White, Upon a Burning Body, Born of Osiris, Miss May I and Crossfaith.

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