Rock n’ Roll School Teachers Express Anxieties for Today’s Students
A noir visual counterpart to their dark ballad, No Small Children drop an honest, emotional music video for “I’m So Concerned” off their latest album, What Do The Kids Say? The video captures the collective worry of the three school teachers turned rockers regarding the harsh reality students are facing today.
No Small Children’s genesis occurred on the playground of an elementary school during the recess duty of fellow teachers Lisa Pimentel and Nicola Berlinsky. Bringing on bassist Joanie Pimentel to complete the trifecta of rock, No Small Children found solace on stage, constructing a break-neck animated live performance. With all three rockers teaching at the same school, lunch breaks morphed into band meetings, after-school evenings became rehearsals, and holidays were spent on the road. Recently, No Small Children was featured on NPR’s Weekend Edition, Dash Radio, and KX 93.5FM in Los Angeles.
Catch No Small Children on tour promoting their latest album What Do The Kids Say?, including a coveted spot on Chicago’s multi-day music festival, Riot Fest. Watch the video for “I’m So Concerned” at No Small Children’s YouTube Channel, and download the single on all available music streaming platforms. Keep up with these three scholarly rockers at NoSmallChildren.com.