The Funeral Crashers
❝Her face was like a melody-- getting it out of my mind was utterly impossible.
I know that there are plenty of ways to get rid of a song stuck in your head, one being trying to replace it with another. However at that moment in time, and for the rest of time, that phrase: "music to my ears" made absolutely no sense. The small girl was memorizing when watched, and I would never substitute that for something else.❞
|ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO|
After being offered a record deal from a renowned label company: Interscope, an aspiring young band called The Funeral Crashers discovers what the rush of becoming appreciated feels like.
The five incoming seniors are given two months to create a demo to sell to Interscope's leading producers, but when their singer is given the same opportunity by the same business, their original plans are out of sight.
The talented Drake Townsend has decided to go solo without his friends' permissions, leaving the rest of The Crashers clueless and without a vocalist. Only weeks remain until the offer is off the table, and the band's sound is nothing like it used to be.
However, little do they know, that this fact is without doubt for the best.
When quirky Quinn Morresette, a recognized actress from Albuquerque's infamous acting troop is asked to join the band, Oliver's, Ricky's, Ross's, and Trent's lives are flipped even more upside down than they had been before.
Especially for Trent Erikhman, one of those every-day guys keeping the band together musically, and mentally.
Follow the drummer's recollection of the band's redemption, allowing him to realize that perhaps he isn't so average after all.
In fact Trent may just be everybody's glue to keep the group from literally crashing, and it'll take one special girl and a few teenage troublemakers to help him understand that.
Copyright © 2015 by Kannetha Brown