Beddy Ray's drop most pit worthy "Sort It Out"


“... this band is the real deal.”

- RICHARD KINGSMILL (TRIPLE J) "... the Brisbane-based outfit have consistently one-upped themselves with feel-good indie/surf-rock”

- PILERATS "… thunderous drums, thrashing riffs and a distinct Aussie rock tinge.”

- BEAT MAGAZINE “thrashing guitars and gutsy drums.” - NME

Beddy Rays have knocked it out of the park with their latest offering, ‘Sort It Out’, an explosive track that arrives in a short 2-minute package bursting with energy and a whole lotta heart. Accompanying the new single is a slap-happy music video capturing the experience of the boy’s most recent sold-out Australian tour. ‘Sort It Out’ comes soaked with hard-hitting riffs, compelling vocals and drums that hit you in the face harder than SPF 50+ on a scorching summer day. Speaking about the song’s fruition, lead singer Jacko says; “The bones of the song were written really quickly. I was in my room on my guitar and it came together in about 10 minutes. I pretty much wrote how I was feeling at the time, finding it hard to reach out and talk to people. Basically thinking I could figure out everything that was going on in my head alone. Sometimes you just don’t want help because you don’t want sympathy from your mates, you just want to sort it out… pun intended haha.” The music video presents a fun-filled montage from the perspective of attending a Beddy Rays gig, showing punters exactly what to expect if they haven’t caught these legends live. The band’s drummer, Benny, explains; “We wanted the music video to capture the energy of our live shows. For our fans that couldn’t make it to our last tour, this is an insight into what it feels like to be at a Beddy's gig! Fun, loud, and something best shared with good mates.” CLICK THE IMAGE BELOW TO CHECK OUT "SORT IT OUT"

This new single follows their much-loved triple j Like A Version (Thelma Plum’s ‘Better in Blak’ here) and a string of epic tunes including ‘Milk’, ‘On My Own’ and ‘Week On Repeat’.

Beddy Rays have been on the come up for the past couple of years, breaking through the noise with sing-along anthem ‘Sobercoaster’ (3.5 million streams) receiving a spot in triple j’s Hottest 100 and continuing an impressive trajectory ever since. The four-piece have gained multiple nominations at both the Queensland Music Awards and National Indigenous Music Awards, and were announced as winners of the Levi’s Music Prize in 2021. After rocking their huge triple j Live at the Wireless set and a slew of sold-out performances, the boys will hit the live circuit once again with upcoming festivals including Spin-Off Festival alongside Glass Animals and Spacey Jane. 2022 is set to be the band’s most successful year yet with plans to bring back their tour, bigger and better than ever before along with a tonne of new music. One thing is for sure, this year is set to be a Beddy good time!