ION INDIE MAGAZINE October 2014, Volume 5 - Page 37

“We have an in-house studio,” she says. “We write, mix, promote, distribute, and conceptualize every bit of Chameleon you could imagine. We have a great team surrounding us, and it just continues to grow–I’m really proud of that.” Lowery urges those new to Chameleon, quite simply, to check out her band. She’s confident in the outcome upon hearing what she and Ross have to offer–especially lyrically. “Take a listen to the lyrics, they have a great meaning,” she urges. “Sometimes that falls by the wayside.” Much like the creature from which they take their name, the members of Chameleon say that, as musicians and artists, they indeed see life slightly differently than the 9 to 5 world–the colors are just a little bit brighter, living a tad more of a crazy lifestyle than most other professions. “We have to try and live in that creative space, because that’s what our lives are–producing creativity.”