Hannah Cutt | No Crown In This Dead Town Review


Hannah Cutt | No Crown In This Dead Town Review

by Griff Stevens

Hannah-Cutt-5-Finger-Review-CDHannah Cutt’s latest single, “No Crown In This Dead Town,” celebrates perseverance and determination in the face of adversity, especially in the competitive world of music. Produced by Sean Hurwitz and Gregg Cash, and co-written by the trio, this track is not just a song; it’s a declaration, a fight song for anyone feeling stagnant or stuck in their creative or personal endeavors. It’s a testament to Cutt’s resilience, pushing forward in her career with a blend of raw emotion and polished musicianship.

The song, already a crowd favorite, marks a significant moment for Cutt and her band as they prepare to celebrate its release at the iconic Viper Room. This single follows Cutt’s earlier work, including the hard-charging “Dirty Enough For Hardcore” and her debut EP, Nightmares, produced by Grammy-winning Scott Storch. With over 600K Spotify streams since her debut in 2019, Cutt has quickly established herself as a formidable force in the Los Angeles music scene.

“No Crown In This Dead Town” showcases Cutt’s growth as an artist, both lyrically and musically. The track opensHannah-Cutt-4 with a heavy guitar riff and pounding drums, immediately grabbing the listener’s attention. Cutt’s vocals are a standout feature, with effects that add an edgy quality to the verses, while the natural vocal sound of the pre-chorus and chorus highlights her ability to convey deep emotion and power. With its half-time feel, the bridge offers a dynamic contrast, allowing the energy to build to an explosive final chorus.

What sets this song apart is its universal appeal; despite its heavy metal and rock foundations, the chorus could easily resonate with fans of modern rock-country. This duality is a testament to Cutt’s versatility as an artist. Her ability to blend genres, coupled with her honest and introspective lyrics, defines her music as “pure catharsis.” Cutt uses her music as a means of exploration and self-discovery, particularly on her journey towards sobriety. Her work is not just music; it’s a narrative of overcoming obstacles and finding new life through art.

Hannah-Cutt-3Throughout her career, Cutt has remained true to her roots while continuously evolving. From her early days as a competitive horseback rider to her rise as a rock musician, she has carried a competitive spirit and a drive for excellence into her music career. Her live performances, praised for their energy and authenticity, have captivated audiences across Los Angeles’ most iconic venues.

“No Crown In This Dead Town” is the next installment in Hannah Cutt’s ongoing story of resilience, growth, and triumph. It encapsulates her journey, battles, and victories and is a reminder to keep fighting, regardless of the challenges.

5 Finger gives a review of 86

No Crown In This Dead Town

Release Date: March 7, 2024

Label: Dark Eyes

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