Home #Hwoodtimes On behalf of Los Angeles based female, teacher, powerhouse rock trio, No...

On behalf of Los Angeles based female, teacher, powerhouse rock trio, No Small Children

The public release date for T.E.A.C.H.E.R. is August 18.


“Turn the music up, grab your hairbrush, bring it up to your face, and SING!”

We are elementary school teachers by day and rockers by night. We find ourselves sadly grounded from our usual summer tour, while at the same time grappling with the real concerns teachers are facing as we prepare for the upcoming academic school year. T.E.A.C.H.E.R. is our rally cry, our anthem in support of all the teachers out there navigating through the competing pressures during COVID19. It’s also an appropriate song for our younger listeners, so parents who are looking to find new songs for their kids while stuck at home may enjoy this.


No Small Children has a lot of great things going on. Recently, we
played Riot Fest in Chicago, and our music was featured in the film, A Simple Favor. We’ve been fortunate to have several additional placements in TV shows, movies, and the video game Rock Band. We’ve also played on many live TV shows nationally while on tour, and we’ve been featured in many publications including NPR, Billboard, and LA Times. For a quick look at our resume, please check out the “Quick Look” page on our website:

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