Yesterday marked the official release of local pop quartet Jaill’s Sub Pop debut, That’s How We Burn. To herald the new release, the band also sent out a video to their fans for the single “The Stroller”. Filmed in Milwaukee by local Cole Juntila, director of the local rock television program Rock ‘n’ Roller Remote Controller, the video finds the band battling aliens on Bradford Beach; what says summer more than aliens + spaceship rockouts + the beach? We’re all hooked with both the video and the undeniable summery catchiness of the album. The band is already getting some great reviews: read *here* and *here*.
Want your own copy of That’s How We Burn? Send an email reply to: wolf (at) msoe (dot) edu with the answer to the following question, and one copy of Jaill’s new album is all yours!
Which track on Jaill’s That’s How We Burn appears on a previously-released EP?
(hint: it’s not one of the tracks below…)
“She’s My Baby”
…and holy cats! you guys are quick…we’ve got the trivia/album winner: Paul O from the East Side of MKE. He nailed it with the answer, “Everyone’s Hip”, which appeared on Jaill’s 2006 demos EP. Congrats, Paul!