‘Say It Anyway’ is an emphatic new release from Vancouver’s Bealby Point

The track is from the outfit's upcoming sophomore EP Fridays.

The track is from the outfit’s upcoming sophomore EP Fridays.

Vancouver indie rock outfit Bealby Point are an outfit that possess an effortlessly cool and dynamic sound that feels as emphatic and cutting edge as it does melodic. Packing the vigour and edge of early 2000s outfits like The Strokes but with a more modern feel.

Their latest release ‘Say It Anyway’ is something of a return from the outfit, ushering in a new era as the first track from their upcoming sophomore EP Fridays. The track packs every bit of the dynamic edge that we’ve come to expect from the outfit, from its driving guitars to the assured charisma of Jack Armstrong’s distinctive vocals. This looks sure to be a staple track of Bealby Point’s back catalogue, and one that packs a huge chorus that you wont find yourself free from in your head any time soon.

“‘Say It Anyway’ is a song where the theme is revealed through the chorus,” Jack says. “The verses and pre choruses are melancholic and reference over contemplated thoughts. When the chorus comes around, these thoughts are dismissed and overpowered by an attitude shift culminating in the prose ‘I don’t really care about this. Like anyone, I’m trying my best.’”