Bealby Point


In a world full of micro-influencers, digital grifters, and spon-con hucksters, Vancouver quartet Bealby Point offers a simple promise: what you see is what you get. Formed in 2018, the indie rockers have built a sterling reputation thanks to their polished live performances and intricate, approachable songwriting. Drawing inspiration from alt-rock icons including The Strokes, Weezer, Young The Giant, and Red Hot Chili Peppers, the boys’ signature sound centers on big hooks, big solos, and even bigger grooves. While the path forward has been at times rocky, with the four members struggling to navigate the realities of working-class creative life in one of the world’s most expensive cities, the challenges have only brought them closer together. Brotherly love is the basis for everything Bealby Point does, and their recent sessions are no exception. Produced by their trusted sound engineer JJ Heath, the band’s new material was recorded at the small but stylish studio, Phony Records. Situated across the inlet from where they grew up riding bikes and sneaking beers, the new material, recorded in early 2024, bridges the gap between fantasy and nostalgia, with Armstrong offering a cinematic perspective on the passing of time. Indeed, songs like “Fairytale” and “For Your Time” find Bealby Point basking in a summer sunset, but also increasingly aware of the long shadow that it casts. Since 2022, the band has built a devoted following in the Greater Vancouver Area, playing sold-out shows at several well-known venues including The Fox Cabaret (April 2022, March 2023), Fortune Sound Club (August 2022), The Rickshaw Theatre (April 2023), and The Pearl (September 2023). They have also taken their show out east for two shows in Toronto during NXNW 2022, and have opened for exciting acts including, The Jins, and MONOWHALES. As of February 2023, they have amassed 1,061,964 streams on Spotify. With their foundation firmly entrenched in their home province, the band is embarking on the next chapter of its career, touring Western Canada through the late spring and early summer. Along the way, they will visit their namesake, just north of Nelson, B.C., to draw inspiration for future material. With a renewed sense of purpose, Bealby Point wants nothing more than to sit back and enjoy the ride. To chase down a dream on that not-so-distant horizon. They hope you will join them.




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