When the cinematic remake of Ghostbusters made with girls was announced, the Internet heaved a male nerd tsunami of indignation like never heard before.
Despite the hand-wringing, slurs and the Twitter pile of negative remarks, the film did pretty remarkable box office business.
One of the cool things about the film is that they also used an all female alt-rock band from Los Angeles who are, wait for it….elementary school teachers by day.
Not exactly your PJ Harvey or Shirley Manson types, yet their catalog has won them a stateside tour ending in Los Angeles on August 25th.
Their soundtrack reboot for Ghostbusters dovetailed perfectly with the rebellious direction the filmmakers wanted to head in with this new cast.
No Small Children, the rock band that the cast of Ghostbusters fell in love with are sisters Lisa and Joanie Pimentel and Nicola Berlinsky.
No Small Children took Ray Parker’s “Ghostbusters” song and zhushed it and gave it a new energy that perfectly fit the new movie remake directed by Paul Feig starring Melissa McCarthy, Kristin Wiig, Kate McKinnon and Leslie Jones.
The band are currently on tour performing live with their third LP Hold Tight, I’m Flying.
No Small Children are playing August 25, 2016, at The Hi Hat in Los Angeles, CA and finish their national tour on September 17, 2016, at The Viper Room on Sunset Blvd. in Los Angeles.
Check them out!