Indie Band Chump Change Relives Happy Moments on New Single ‘Ocean Eyed Machine’

Soft rock/surf indie pop band Chump Change from Dunedin unveiled their latest work, ‘Ocean Eyed Machine,’ a cheery, optimistic tune that urges listeners to relive the good moments they’ve had with their loved ones.

As we keep peeking into events, festivals, and the musicians who conquer the stage and entertain attendees at these shows, one group that immediately drew our attention was Chump Change. With their tracks ‘Lost,’ ‘Caroline,’ and ‘Costumes,’ the four-piece indie group has been steadily making their rise in the Aoteraora music scene. 2023 will see the Chump Change release their debut four-track EP ‘Welcome to Paradise’ soon. And now, the kiwi crew has offered their fans a taste of what to expect with their most recent single ‘Ocean Eyed Machine.’

Chump Change – Ocean Eyed Machine
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‘Ocean Eyed Machine’ is the first track released off of Chump Change’s upcoming debut EP. It’s a cheerful, upbeat composition with appealing guitar riffs, sharp bass, and drum action. This song was lyrically worked and stitched together in response to the band members’ thrilling experiences in Dunedin.

In their career as indie musicians, the outfit evolved from a duo to a four-piece collective. Skegss – an Australian surf and garage rock group, Spacey Jane – an Australian rock band, and Mako Road – a Kiwi alternative/indie band, are among their musical influences.

Chump Change is comprised of band members George White (vocals, guitar), Daniel Van Lith (vocals, guitar), Riley Smith (bass guitar), and Logan Edwards (drums).

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