The Kickback – Sorry All Over the Place

The Kickback poached the name of its debut, Sorry All Over the Place, from an obscure footnote tucked away somewhere in David Foster Wallace’s magnum opus, Infinite Jest. It’s a telling factoid that in its own highbrow way tells you everything you need to know about the Chicago-by-way-of-South Dakota indie rockers. These guys enjoy the sprawl. Some bands work their way into a specific sound that comes to identify them over time, but the Kickback’s most defining trait is its unwillingness to be kept too firmly under thumb. Put another way, frontman Billy Yost described his band’s sound as such in an interview with Windy City Rock from 2009:

Release Date
September 18, 2015
Jullian Records
digital, vinyl, cd
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