Imperial Valley, CA’s Hideaway is premiering the first single from their 7” split with Torrance, CA’s Cota, “Dirt,” from Savage Youth Records. It shows a new side of their punk/alternative and grunge inspired sound.

Recorded in December 2013 at Free Minds Studios in El Centro, CA, “Dirt” is one side of the Hideaway/Cota split, available May 2014 from Savage Youth Records on vinyl and tape as well as a digital download. The tape includes two additional songs, Hideaway’s “Holy Hell” and Cota’s “Left Behind.”

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