The 'Them Changes' Lie to Me Video Gives Plenty of Perspective

By: leewashington - Published: May 26, 2011 • References: themchanges
One of the latest bands to come out of North London `Them Changes' has just released its debut single Lie To Me. The video features clips of history's best known liars, from Blair and Nixon to Clinton and Hitler, alongside cultural fictional icons Pinocchio and Homer Simpson.

'Them Changes' was influenced by the choppy directness of The Police, the guitar driven hooks of Cream and the soulful delivery of old Stax and Motown performers. With passionate, on-the-edge vocals, beautifully controlled guitar attacks and some of the most innovative drumming around, this trio is a formidable combination.

'Them Changes' performs at its monthly night ‘Hooligan Soup’ at the Wheelbarrow, Camden. The band's recent recordings with Ian Davenport at Courtyard Studios, such as In the Dark and You Stand Alone, have the potential to become anthems for the next generation. Stats for Fib-Focused Music Videos Trending: Older & Chilly
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