Rancid Eddie Premieres New Song “Dry” on Triple J
- Australian alt-rock band Rancid Eddie, consisting of Jessy Kelly (guitar/vocals), Matt Sturrock (guitar/vocals), Ash Ravlic (bass), Andy Sturrock (drums) and Eddie O’Brien (keyboards), premiered a new song “Dry” on Triple J Home and Hosed with Declan Byrne.
The song is the follow-up to their previous single “Champagne” released back in July.
The track was written and produced by Rancid Eddie.
“A couple guitars and 5 blokes kickin’ back around a table of empty stubbies, and the good old no sleep demons. The song is about realising a relationship is over before it is, and the pains of falling out of love with someone.” Rancid Eddie said of the song. “We love Dry cause we’ve all been there before, and it feels so good to belt out at the top your lungs with the thought of you giving your ex the finger.”
Before releasing the new song, the band posted an acoustic version of it to YouTube, which has over one million views.
The band said, “The response from so many people across the world and all sorts of walks of life has been bloody phenomenal! It’s absolutely mind-blowing and heartwarming to think that us blokes can pull a tune out of a backyard, after a couple of beers, to then resonate with the rest of the world.”
- source : Triple J