Chimp Change Bio:
The roots of Chimp Change stretch all the way back to a little shithole in Hudson Bay, Saskatchewan where guitarists, Ben Alain and Josh Hauta first discovered the joys of punk rock. They joined forces and played what some deaf-mutes called music throughout highschool before going their separate ways. Several years later they both found themselves in Red Deer, Alberta and it wasn’t long before they were offending people’s ear drums once again. But they couldn’t do it alone. Enter Craig Cameron-Weir who would serve as a songwriter/singer/bassist for the newly assembled super group. Craig’s love for Canadian punk legends like Propagandhi and SNFU made him a great fit for Chimp Change and before they knew it, they were sitting on a pile of original songs. But obviously there was one more piece of the puzzle that was missing. So the boys of Chimp Change prayed to the ancient God, Kijiji, and before their eyes appeared the drummer they so desperately needed. He was fresh off the boat from the east and pissed raw enthusiasm. His birth name was Jason but he would soon be known as Ozone and thererin completed the punk-rock quartet known as Chimp Change.
Inspired by such amazing bands as Lagwagon, Pulley, Bad Religion, Screeching Weasel and Teenage Bottlerocket, this fiery foursome began smashing out songs in hopes of playing them for real live humans some day. The themes of their songs are quite diverse whether it be comparing Mortal Kombat to falling in love, terraforming Mars or just a straight up pissed off punk rock song regarding the shittiness of the local scene.