This month, alternative North East-based five-piece Chronic Change are set to play at Think Tank? Underground in Newcastle to celebrate the release of their new single, ‘Satisfied’, which was recorded at Blast Studios.
The band describes themselves as “pioneers of new music” that take inspiration from various genres and bands including the likes of The Doors and Grateful Dead.
Forming back in 2016, the band were quick to release their first EP, simply called ‘The EP’, around six months after forming. The six tracks are all very tongue-and-cheek; they are humorous, entertaining, and witty whilst still managing to be prime examples of some of the great pioneers of music that the North East has to offer.
The band says that EP tracks ‘Filthy Girl’, ‘Animal’ and ‘Persistent Cowboy’ are their “go to songs,” with each upbeat track drawing influence from genres like reggae, blues, and classic rock.
Chronic Change write music every other day and often record in their very own home studio. And, after the release of their debut EP in November last year, the band are back with new music. With their music being so wonderfully diverse, who’s to say what it will sound like? So the only way to find out is to get yourself to Think Tank? this December.
Support for the event comes from Welsh band New Columbia and two North East-based bands: Lost in the Crowd and Carabiniers.
Chronic Change will play Think Tank? Underground, Newcastle on Saturday 23rd December. Tickets, priced at £7.00 in advance, are available from wegottickets.com.
To hear about more gigs organised by promoters Northern Soundz Music Promotions please head to Facebook.com/Northernsoundz1. And to purchase Chronic Change’s new single head to musicglue.com/chronicchange.