Chameleonize – “Day Job”

Set to release their brand new song “Day Job”, Chameleonize are a progressive and soul band based in New York City who manages to gel multiple music genres with amazing vocal melodies with ease. Influenced Erykah Badu, Snarky Puppy, and Hiatus Kaiyote; Chameleonize and their deep-rooted musical compatibility is something that you can feel.

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The band started their activity in 2015 but collected as “Chameleonize” in August of 2018, formed by Gabi Rose on vocals and alto saxophone, Mo LaMastro and Brian Gipson on guitar, Ben Rudolph on drums, Mikey Rotunno on bass, and Gabe Weissman on keys. Combining a complex sound like progressive jazz and funk with attractive pop melodies and hip-hop grooves, the band exhibit a unique twist on contemporary music.

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Their new single “Day Job” tells a relatable story about growing up, criticizing the perceived “rules” that dictate the social mindsets. The band wrote this song when all the members were going through a similar stage in their life, bouncing between conflicts and viewpoints about growing up, conceptually they want to inspire and remind the fans to simply find a groove and pursue happiness above all.

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The band have been super busy lining up a handful of dates, we highly recommend you snap up the chance to see them in action!
Check out their Facebook for the latest dates and tickets:

For now, you can listen to “Day Job”, follow the guys on socials and catch them live if you are in New York…

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