"Ida (In the Hills)" is the second single from American psychedelic rock band The Free Rock Trio's fourth studio LP New Threads is Dead. It was released alongside a music video on June 4, 2021 via Pink Hat Records.
The music video is quite meta, featuring the band playing themselves, attempting to make a music video. Bassist James Siegel is the star, but as he tries to lip-sync the words and get a good take, drummer Justin Siegel continually intervenes, trying to trip James up. This leads to guitarist Jacob Keplinger, who is behind the camera, blowing up in a fury of rage at Justin, causing Justin to leave the set entirely. He records an Instagram Story ranting while Jacob and James finish the video alone. This story is intertwined with various shots of each individual member performing their parts under spotlight in a dark room.
Lyrically, the song is notable for its' continuation of the Free Rock story. Ida used to be a prostitute (or a "street-talker") in her hometown, the capital city of Baytu. Protagonist Rock Anderson meets her following his arrival to Guyamar in the 1977 Trans Am as he's walking down Fagen Street. Ida is currently escaping from Baytu to The Hills, a small commune not far up the road, and she takes Rock there.