Hannah Cutt Releases Music Video for Dirty Enough For Hardcore

Hannah Cutt Promo Photo
Credit Andrea Radutoiu

Emerging independent rock artist Hannah Cutt has shared the official music video for her hard-charging new single “Dirty Enough For Hardcore”. The visual, directed by Ethan Maniquis (“Machete,” Five Finger Death Punch, Daughtry), is an action-packed take on the song’s lyrics aimed at men interested in dating the tough, tomboy-at-heart Los Angeles-bred songstress. “Dirty Enough For Hardcore,” written by Cutt and Erik Kertes and produced by Sean Hurwitz (Smash Mouth) and Gregg Cash (Josh Todd & the Conflict), follows the release of Cutt’s Top 20 single Happy In Hell,” which peaked at #18 on the Mainstream/Active Rock chart earlier this year. PRESS HERE to listen to “Dirty Enough For Hardcore” on DSPs.

“Making the music video for ‘Dirty Enough’ was so much fun!” says Cutt. “I did all my own stunts, so I got to beat everyone up! And my friends got to play background, so it was a great vibe on set!” 

Cutt and her band mates – Ronen Gordon (drums), Lincoln Cleary (keys), Matthew Dennis (bass), and Joey Ariemma (guitar) – will perform “Dirty Enough For Hardcore” and more at their next Los Angeles show on Friday, December 15th at The Viper Room on the Sunset Strip. PRESS HERE for tickets and more info.

Since debuting in 2019, Cutt’s original music has amassed over 600K Spotify streams as well as media support from the likes of OUTBURN, All About The Rock, CelebMix, The New Nine, Officially Rocks, The Indy Review and BraveWords. Her debut EP, Nightmares, produced by Grammy-winning producer Scott Storch (Dr. Dre, Beyonce), introduced Cutt’s raw and edgy lyrics and old-soul powerhouse vocals via the songs Messy,” “Kind Of A Bitch,” Gets Me Off” and “Fallen Fool.” Cutt released her first full-length album, Stories of a King, featuring the singles “Win Or Die” and “I Want It Now,”in 2022, also produced by Storch.

Hannah Cutt describes her music as “pure catharsis” as the LA-born and based artist and songwriter uses her songs as both an exploration and discovery of self on her journey towards sobriety. Cutt’s body of work is brutally honest, reflecting in part her desire to get sober 7 years ago at the age of 23. In turn, her career has been an ode to finding new life through music. Over the course of a few short years, Cutt has built an adoring fanbase for her music and impressive live show, which has graced the stages of such iconic Los Angeles venues including The Viper Room, Whisky a Go Go, Troubadour and The Mint. Before launching her singing career, Cutt was a national competitive horseback rider, holding the record for winning all four national championships in their division on the same horse in one year. She now brings that competitive spirit to her music career. 

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