The Bay Rays Become 60s Popstars In Their New Video “Satisfaction”

Stage anxiety in black & white.

Photo: Courtesy of Whiteboard PR

It’s hard to disguise anxiety in black and white screen – The Bay Rays’ new video “Satisfaction” reveals the discomfort and uneasiness that a lot of musicians face in the spotlight. Only that in this video they happen to be popstars playing on TV back in the 60s. It’s a stressfully hilarious video where we watch The Bay Rays find their own stage groove once they stop giving shit about the camera:

“Satisfaction” radiates rock classicism with its raw compositional arrangements and hissing vocals that hitch you to its retro charm. According to the frontman Harry, “it’s about wanting to escape your social anxieties. You break down barriers, but then you don’t like the person you’re becoming.”

Founded back in 2015, The Bay Rays are British rock trio who already received various support from radio stations and press for their debut single “Four Walls.” Since then, they’ve been hitting festival stages and alternative rock scene in the UK. As of now, they have tour dates coming up:

3/11 – Sticky Mike’s Frog Bar (Brighton, UK)

3/26 – The Mick Jagger Centre (Dartford, UK)

3/29 – Sebright Arms (London, UK)

4/28 – Hit the North (Newcastle Upon Tyne, UK)

4/29 – Live At Leeds (Leeds, UK)

4/30 – City Sound Project (Canterbury, UK)

5/18 – The Great Escape 2017 (Brighton, UK)