• Artist: Scour
  • Title: Hideaway
  • Genre: Rock - Alternative Rock
  • Mood: Aggressive/Edgy
  • Speed: Medium Fast (95-130)
  • Instruments: Distorted Guitar (Heavy, Aggressive), Real Drums/Drum Kit, Bass
  • Track type: Lyric - Full Length
  • Date added: 4/19/2012
  • Lyric themes: Denial, Release Needing Freedom, Anger Hatred, Self Destruction, Rebellious, Escapism
  • Lyrics:   She was a junky, she was a queen Right around her sweet 16 Feeling down, better now By the way she’s screaming out You break the mold, then you fold Then you do what you’re fucking told. Now you’re clean, and now you’re pure All alone without any cure. Twenty-two, so alive! Growing up and moving outta the hive. Leave the swarm, learn to steal Hide the envy that you conceal. How long must I wait here? Though the tears soak the page, Doing nothing but sink to their cage. 1. open heart 2. ridicule 3. a recipe to keep your stomach full I fist fight in your name Everynight but the past stays the same. A cut stem, route ‘em out Freeze the river and suffer the drought. How long must I wait here? How long will you wait for me? How long will you wait for me in the hideaway?
  • Keywords: edgy, strong, powerful, aggressive, intense, rock, angry, Bass, Crunchy, Guitar

About Scour


Los Angeles, CA United States

With catchy melodies and screaming guitars, Scour sounds like the long awaited reconciliation of Kurt Cobain and Axl Rose mediated by Jim Morrison.

Armed with a cooler of lunch meat and a backpack full of clothing, singer Chris Jones rode his '82 Yamaha motorcycle on a 3 and a half day journey from Philadelphia to Los Angeles. Chris soon met fellow LA transplant Jason Manoff (from St. Louis) through a mutual affection for music. While Chris's ...

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