The Change is an all all-female funk band from WV. Still in their mid-teens they each play multiple instruments. Their goal is to make a difference in the world with their music. They hope to connect to people around the world with a message that there is hope. They believe that together we have the power to make a Change. The girls are ambassadors for the Free2Luv organization. Free2Luv is a national organization that promotes individuality, self-acceptance, and equality.
The Change exploded onto the scene with their debut single entitled “Be The Change”, and now plan to maximize their success with the brand new track, “Why” – a rock-induced power ballad that forges all of the bands predominating qualities.
The track displays the band’s full range of powers and dynamics and it’s good to find such a strong song anchoring the start of their careers. Wrapped in a soaring lead vocal, angelic harmonies and a surprisingly evocative wash of shimmering pianos and driven guitars, “Why” is a sincerely emotional song.
The Change’s songwriting is the positive flip side of postmodern culture amidst all of its obsessions, irreverence, laxitude and restlessness. The Change’s songwriting can simultaneously cut to the heart of the matter while remaining intriguing on the basis of their lyrical honesty and musical punch.
They show themselves to be several steps above their peers in the songwriting department, with a well-structured, highly melodic and captivating arrangement.
Though “Why” is straight-forward, unpretentious rock, it’s at once melodic sense, and highly listenable vocal, will instantly pull you in. The purity of the music and sharp intelligence behind the lyrics is also an asset to the rock genre today, and probably explains part of why this band will continue to grow its fan base.
The fact that they’re an attractive all-girl group is obviously another fascinating draw card which cannot be ignored. Yet what remains are probably the most important factors in what will make The Change a force to be reckoned with in the near future, and that is, these girls really can write, sing and play their music. Looking good while doing it is only an added bonus!