Brisbane party-starters Beddy Rays hit a home run with their cracking recent release, Sobercoaster. The weekend kick-off singalong has amassed over 150,000 streams on Spotify since its debut two short months ago on Triple J’s Home & Hosed. Currently on high rotation on Triple J, the track’s memorable chorus perfectly captures the freedom and carelessness of a misspent youth and has earned the band a swag of new fans, while setting a solid stage for their new single, Better Weather.
Teaming up again with producer Brock Weston (of Bugs), Better Weather showcases the band’s distinct blend of indie punk/surf rock, reminiscent of their musical heroes’ Wavves and Dookie-era Green Day.
“This is a fantastic piece of Aussie punk rock that demands you to press play over and over again” - Nick Findlay, Music Director of Triple J
“Starts like a Living End classic, has a chorus Ball Park Music would admire, and an instrumental breakdown and ending that makes me think this band is the real deal”
- Richard Kingsmill, Triple J