Chattanooga, Tennessee's Jason Lyles is starting a positive music revolution. Jason plays a unique style of indie rock combining powerpop, folk rock, alt rock, and Americana.
His latest album Chameleana showcases all the colors of his influences, and has been compared to Beck, The Flaming Lips, The 1975, Matthew Sweet, Glen Phillips, Ween, The Postal Service, David Bowie, Tom Petty, Jump Little Children, and Barenaked Ladies. Featuring guitars, cello, synths, acoustic and electronic beats, and orchestral arrangements, Chameleana is a whirlwind of indie rock textures combined with the catchy hooks and melodies of powerpop. Jason's music is upbeat with universal appeal and positive messages for young and old.