At 21, Lance wants to live the rock 'n' roll lifestyle. But he has to care for two younger siblings as he works for his friend Kevin’s sister as a roadie. Kevin juggles her tour with his own musical aspirations. A classic rocker meltdown looms, and they must redefine their idea of family. More
A few weeks before his 21st birthday, Lance Brody gets his first tattoo. Lance is determined to live 'the life,' as he calls it -- as the eldest kid of musical legends Dale and Cheryl Brody, he is eager to claim his place in the world of sex, drugs, and rock 'n' roll. Pity about his two much younger siblings, Chester and Lucy, though. With their father dead and their mother in rehab, Lance is the designated adult, a role that doesn't come easily to him.
Fortunately Lance's best friend and fellow rockstar-child Kevin Day is more responsible. Lance becomes a roadie for Summer Day, Kevin's rockstar sister, and Kevin helps with Chester and Lucy while juggling his musical composition studies and a collaboration with the handsome, if infuriating, choreographer Aadi Chandar.
Kevin struggles with his temperamental sister for quiet time to work with Aadi as Summer’s chaotic lifestyle, which now includes Lance, threatens to overtake their entire house. Looming signs of a classic rock 'n' roll meltdown put Chester and Lucy in serious jeopardy.
As crises looms, they are pushed to redefine their definition of 'family.'