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Places To Hide

Atlanta, GA

“Places To Hide is a ’90s Chapel Hill indie rock band that formed in 2013… in Atlanta. Sprouting from the local DIY scene, the group has formed less than a year ago, and has recently released its debut full-length, Almost Nothing, via Irrelevant Recordings and Out Of This Records on LP and CD respectively.

Although Places to Hide’s roots are planted deeply in the ’90s, the group is no nostalgia act. Lead by primary songwriters Kyle Swick and Deborah Hudson, the group’s approach to overdriven guitars, spastic drumming, and boy/girl yelling/singing is steeped in honesty and packed with hooks – a refreshing take on an old genre that’s been beaten to death by the Brooklyn contingency as of late. Taking queues from old school indie rock stalwarts such as Superchunk, Sebadoh, and even hyped up newbies like Yuck, the Hiders play catchy indie-punk anthems that leave just enough vulnerability and naiveté to make them irresistible.”

-Jeremy Underwood / Creative Loafing ATL

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