Dirty Enough For Hardcore

Emerging independent rock artist Hannah Cutt has delivered her hard-charging new single, “Dirty Enough For Hardcore.” The music video, 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,” was written by Hannah Cutt and Erik Kertes and produced by Sean Hurwitz (Smash Mouth) and Gregg Cash (Josh Todd & the Conflict), and it follows the release of Cutt’s Billboard-charting Top 20 single, “Happy In Hell”.

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