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June 18, 2022

Interview with Quarters of Change

Interview with Quarters of Change

We had the pleasure of interviewing Quarters Of Change over Zoom video.

Buzzy rock quartet Quarters Of Change release their new single + video “Chloe”. The catchy track features crooning vocals and an infectious guitar riff, complete with a...


We had the pleasure of interviewing Quarters Of Change over Zoom video.

Buzzy rock quartet Quarters Of Change release their new single + video “Chloe”. The catchy track features crooning vocals and an infectious guitar riff, complete with a tangible energy that demands listeners undivided attention. The cinematic visual showcases the group’s undeniable stage presence.

Previous single ”T Love” further showcased the group’s relatability, capturing the feeling of falling in love with a person who is just out of reach. With the streets of New York City as the backdrop, Quarters of Change took fans on a journey through their hometown. “T Love” came off the back of “Jaded”, the band’s first release off of their forthcoming album, out this Spring. The track quickly went viral on TikTok, leading to a 200% increase in daily streams. As another exciting piece of the Quarters Of Change story, the band's original song “Mr. Wallace”, was recently used as the end title to all 6 episodes of Race: Bubba Wallace, out now on Netflix.

About Quarters of Change:
Quarters of Change is the Lower-East-Side quartet leading the charge on New York City’s rock resurgence, and redefining what it means to be a rock star.

Composed of Ben Acker, Attila Anrather, Jasper Harris, and Ben Roter, Quarters of Change started in 2017 as a high school cover band, performing iconic rock songs of the 90s and 00s. It wasn’t until their junior year that they began writing original material, pulling influence from groups like The Strokes and Rage Against The Machine, and creating their own original sound. Within a year, the band had signed a deal with Elektra Music Group/300 Entertainment, released streaming favorites like “Kiwi," and played sold out shows at renown venues like Bowery Ballroom and Webster Hall.

Now, armed with a record deal and an undeniable slew of songs, Quarters of Change is poised to be alternative rock’s next big thing. Keep an eye out for their self-written debut LP, Into The Rift, with contributions from legendary producer Tom Lord-Alge, coming Spring 2022.

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