WE'RE CALLIN' IT: Here Are The Best Fictional Movie Bands Of All-Time
With groovy music, iconic fashion and sexy hair, sometimes we fall in love with bands in the hopes they love us back.
But here are a list of bands that will never, EVER, love you back...because they don’t exist. Soz.
Nevertheless they've stolen our hearts through film and we've decided to highlight our absolute faves in the video above!
Follow along below...
Marvin Berry & The Starlighters (Back to the Future)
A few seconds of this infectious collaboration with Marty McFly & you’ll wish your formal was a 50’s themed Under the Sea Dance too…
Coyote Shivers (Empire Records)
Turns out, Bridget Jones was a rock and roll manic before meeting Mr. Darcy. Who knew…
If you’re ex ever told you she was cheating on you with a neck-tatted, buzzcut-rocking Matt Damon, then this song is for you.
Infant Sorrow (Get Him to the Greek)
With Russel Brand’s outrageous mannerisms and addictive British charisma, dad rock never sounded so raunchy.
Hedwig & the Angry Inch (Hedwig &the Angry Inch)
Based off a stage-musical of the same name, rock unleashes its inner glamour.
Weird Sisters (Harry Potter & The Goblet of Fire)
ICYMI: In the Wizarding World, Dumbledore decides what is cool. Subsequently, this eight-some are cool.
The Wonders (That Thing You Do)
Channeling early Beatles with their aesthetic, you’re almost guaranteed to fall for their power pop antics.
Josie & The Pussycats (Josie & The Pussycats)
In a movie about the ugly side of record labels, these ladies brought girl power back to the world of rock.
The Lone Rangers (Airheads)
Adam Sandler plays the drummer. Need we say more?
Spinal Tap (This is Spinal Tap)
Get ready to see your favorite band in a whole new light in this hilarious, satirical mockumentary.
Stillwater (Almost Famous)
Given this semi-autobiographical film is based off rock legends, it’s no wonder these guitar riffs sound so legendary.
Otis Day & The Knights (Animal House)
This band truly bring the funk, giving the Isley Brothers a run for their money.
The Commitments (The Commitments)
25 years later, this fictional Irish band is still one of the country’s biggest musical exports.
Sex Bob-omb (Scott Pilgrim vs. the World)
If Michael Cera ever fails at being a guitarist, then at least there’s always money in the banana stand.
The Blues Brothers (The Blues Brothers)
Born on Saturday Night Live, these two musical brothers are the most iconic duo to ever bring Blues to the big screen.
Figrin D’an & The Modal Nodes (Star Wars)
In what is probably the most iconic song that’s ever hit the cinematic landscape, you won’t need this band to play anything else.
- Haydn Hickson
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