The popular Nickelodeon mockumentary about two brothers in a rock band with their friends?If it's not ringing a bell, maybe the songs "I Don't Want To Go To School" and "Crazy Car" will help you remember.It's been a few years since the show and Nat and Alex Wolff, now 16 and 13, are gearing up to release a new full-length album this summer, called "Black Sheep"."We've always felt like the black sheep in different kinds of groups—the person who doesn't really fit in because they can't and they don't really want to," explains Nat, "Our album is very teenage because all of the songs are written by two teenagers in their room late at night in the dark." (Yes!She was even joined by her co-stars for a few snaps as they even playfully posed rubbing Erica Schmidt's belly.All The Fine Boys is a coming of age tale of two teenage girls in Eighties suburban South Carolina.Be sure to check out their new music and keep on an eye on all of their projects coming out this year!
“I was like, ‘I don’t know if you’ve noticed, but I can’t walk in a straight line.’ ” Breslin would give herself a few points above a zero now (“maybe a four or five”), but more importantly, her training—led by Tony-winning “Hamilton” and “Bandstand” choreographer Andy Blankenbuehler—gave her a sense of appreciation for both her peers and herself.
The title song was written by Nat and it showcases the brothers’ more adult sound.
They wrote all of the lyrics and music for the eight tracks on the EP and they also play a range of instruments – trumpets, guitar, drums, keyboard, and more.
Like, what if I’m not capable of doing these things? ’ And thankfully I was working with the best people in the world.” She added later in another interview that she has so much respect for dancers now.
At 21, Abigail Breslin has outgrown the roles that launched her career, like her Oscar-nominated turn as pageant hopeful Olive in 2006’s “Little Miss Sunshine.” But while the public has seen her transition onscreen from kid to teen to young adult, the actor’s performances have been shaped of late by a re-examination of a more innocent time.