Josh Beddis Is A Wandering Man With ‘My Two Feet’ (Review)
“I was born to roam,” sings Josh Beddis. With his newly released “My Two Feet,” he honors his wandering nature, always at the mercy of the open road. “Many miles I’ve rambled / Many miles I’ve traveled / Memories start to scramble,” he continues.
Beddis bellows, his voice equally scruffy as it is smooth. There’s something hypnotic about the way he sculpts his words. “Now that I’m much older / Fear and getting slower / It’s time that I pulled over / My race is done,” he sings. He admits that, perhaps, it’s time to hang his hat up and settle down for good. With twinkling fiddle and other instruments, the song stokes the fires of the heart with unwieldy angst and reckless spirit.
“My Two Feet” samples Beddis’ forthcoming debut album, Cymru & Western.
Listen to “My Two Feet” below.
Beddis has more than earned his place among the brightest newcomers in the business. “My Two Feet” demonstrates an artist blossoming into their own. It’s very much rooted in tradition, following in the footsteps of such trailblazers as Tyler Childers, while carving out a sound and vision all his own. With a forthcoming debut, he will surely keep that momentum going. It’s only a matter of time before he becomes a household name.