Change, has fitting themes for today's audience LaParadiddle.com
Change is, without a doubt an extremely well thought out compilation of music and lyrics which is timeless Infectious Magazine
The Off Chance The Off Chance are more than just hook-savvy musicians—they are dedicated artists whose gravitas for grandiose tunes puts them in a league of their own. Performer Magazine
Founding members Maldi Kellici and Jason Differ met in 2004 at a show, playing with separate bands. Within weeks, Differ was asked to join Kellici’s band. Upon the band's breakup, Kellici and Differ found themselves at the intersection of their dreams and their realities. Both quit writing music to pursue other interests. While teaching private guitar lessons, it would be the curiosity of a student to push Kellici to contact Differ. The collaboration was fruitful from the very first meeting. With a reinvigorated passion for music and a mature approach to songwriting, the duo began writing for their first album titled Change.
Since the release of their debut EP, Change, Aug 22nd 2012, The Off Chance has established itself among the top bands in Boston. In under one year from their first live performance (October 7, 2012), the band played more than 24 shows, received airplay on four digital radio stations, found coverage in multiple magazines and blogs, and is followed/liked by over 7,000 fans on social media. The band secured performances at Ben & Jerry’s Fair Trade Festival in Boston as well as New York’s CBGB Festival, further establishing themselves as a band with energy, passion, and draw. The band has also headlined venues including: the House of Blues Boston - Foundation Room, The Middle East, Hard Rock Café Boston, Café Wha?, the Bitter End, and Sullivan Hall NY. Additionally, they released four videos on YouTube (three music videos, one lyric video) with total views of over 37,300. The most watched video being for their first single, which has been viewed more than 15,000 times.
The Off Chance is planning to release their second EP in 2014.