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Them Changes

London, England, United Kingdom | SELF

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"Them Changes"

OK, so there’s very little question as to whether Manchester is a great place to live. But somewhere beyond the M60 lies another big town that’s got a few sights worth seeing, and not least its own take on the orbital motorway idea.

If you’re looking for emerging talent London’s never short of a few names to throw back at anything we’ve got to say up here, with Them Changes being the latest act to begin causing a stir amongst the capital’s cooler kids. Here’s a brand spanking new video that’s all tied together with untruths. Enjoy. -

"Them Changes"

Them Changes, a band that has recently been introduced to me and since that day, I have been unable to stop listening to them. I now eat, sleep and breath Them Changes, so luckily for me they have recently released a new track called 'Lie to Me' with a video released yesterday. As the song is obviously about people lying, which is pretty self explanatory, the video is a great interpretation of this, showing different clips from TV of people lying, however it would have been good to see the band in the video. If you want to see the video follow this link to their official YouTube page >> and remember to add your comments.

Now a little about the band themselves Them Changes, the band consists of three guys who are from North London.They are what you could call a psychedelic punk band, with indie and rock influences. I see how they might not be every ones taste, but if you are anything like me, you'll love this band and their unique and edgy style. There are always songs, whether written by an upcoming band/artist or a well known popular band/artist that you have to listen to a few times before liking the song, but in my opinion that's definitely not the case with "Lie to Me" or their other songs in fact like "You Stand Alone" and "In The Dark" (which you can listen to on their Facebook page >>!/themchanges ).
Just to state, all opinions here are my own and I actually really liking their music, I'd love to see more of them in the public eye, because I think they're quite different to the bands that are currently in the charts and I think that a lot of people will really like their sound.

Them Changes are also the hosts of a monthly party called 'Hooligan Soup' at The Wheelbarrow in Camden, log on to their website here >> to find out more and how you could attend such an awesome event. I haven't seen them play live just yet, but I reckon that they would put on a great gig, from videos of them I have seen on YouTube and when I eventually do see them play, you know I will definitely be telling all you lovely people about it. Now on that note I'm going to say that I highly recommend you all to checkout this band and for all you social networkers out there, be sure to follow their twitter, follow their sound cloud, like their Facebook, subscribe to their YouTube and check out their website for all new updates! -

"Them Changes"

This London three-piece outfit is already being billed as Britain’s answer to the Kings of Leon with up tempo harmonies, great vocals and a few face-melting guitar rifts thrown in for good measure.

The band have been gigging around London for a few months but are now under management and ready to conquer the world with new single Lie To Me.

We respect them all the more for putting out a debut video that they don’t feature in, instead the video features a montage of liars – with some wonderful clips from the likes of Springer and Jeremy Kyle thrown in for good measure. Fuck you establishment. Now watch: -

"One to remember: Them Changes"

"London based trio Them Changes create music that makes you feel a little like Weezer used to, sort of. Whatever the images invoked in the mind, the selection of archive footage that’s been pieced together to help promote the track is vivid enough. Heads are talking in the capital". -

"Billed as the UK’s answer to Kings of Leon"

Being billed as the UK’s answer to Kings of Leon immediately lumps a rather large weight on the shoulders of London trio Them Changes. But nevertheless, that seems to be the word about town.

Not bad for an act that started its life as Michael Kiwanuka’s backing band. They eventually decided to form their own group last year, and now they’re being managed by Steve Whiteley (formerly of ATC Management). Their debut single “Lie to Me” features catchy, wailing vocals with huge guitar riffs and vocal harmonies – catchy enough for commercial appeal without alienating their already growing ‘Camden crowd’ fan base.

The trio have managed to nudge their way into a scene which is crowded with gimmicky indie outfits, and they have done so partially through their new single release. Another reason is their open-to-fans party “Hooligan Soup”, which they host once a month at The Wheelbarrow in Camden. Them Changes select the support acts for the night. With packed crowds flocking to the venue, it seems to be working. The live shows are very impressive – the kind of gigs that involve people leaping from big speakers and jumping ten feet into the air to get the crowd moving.

It was at this night that the boys met Jack White, who has since reportedly kept in touch with them since after listening to their set. The video which accompanies “Lie to Me” is conceptually daring. Firstly because it’s a montage of historical liars, including clips of Tony Blair talking at the Chilcot Inquiry into the Iraq War and clips from Springer and The Jeremy Kyle show. But also because it doesn’t actually feature the band themselves, despite being their first real introduction to the national scene. Allow their exposure’s chance to sit with quality blackjack games.

With several further releases planned before the end of the year, we may see a little less mystery from the trio. Until then, Them Changes are encouraging people to confess to their biggest lies, giving away a free exclusive track to the winner of whoever has the biggest and best lie (entered in the comments section beneath their new “Lie to Me” video on YouTube)."Them Changes are a straightforwardly infectious recollection of ’90s British alternative, particularly of the more radio-friendly groups that pursued both intellectual Brit-pop and radio-access alt-rock. Their youthful energy and readily available hooks make them poised for success in the UK and potentially overseas, though chances are at this point they remain a distinctively British success story. This is simply because many of their influences were just that. Nothing wrong with that though."

"Catchy, Infectioius & Creative"

"Catchy, Infectious & Creative…everything a pop record should be some may say. Well that pretty much sums up Them Changes’ debut self released single and video for “Lie To Me.”
Them Changes are three chaps from Muswell Hill North London. The band were formed only 18 months ago but you’d never guess. Their sound?? Think If The Police suddenly rocked up and started making new beats. YESSS SIRR." -


Lie To Me - Released May 2011 on Hooligan Soup Records.
You Stand Alone and In The Dark are both available to stream on Sound Cloud.



Outrageously talented outer space power trio, Them Changes are the future of rock and roll. We are friends from school in Muswell Hill North London, and formed the band 18 months ago. Our influences range from the Police, Cream, Kings Of Leon, Stax and Motown performers. With passionate, on the edge vocals, beautifully controlled guitar attacks and some of the most innovative drumming around, we believe we are a formidable combination. Performing at our monthly night ‘Hooligan Soup’ at the Wheelbarrow, Camden, we book friends to play and acts that we’re currently into. The night now has has built up a good following and the last two were sold out. We believe our recent recordings with Ian Davenport at Courtyard Studios have the potential to become anthems for the next generation. The debut single “Lie To Me” was self-released at the beginning of May through Hooligan Soup Records and the video that accompanied has resulted in some very positive reviews online.