Jaill, the Sub-Pop psychpop band from Milwaukie has recently launched their latest album, titled: Traps
How would I think about and describe these guys? I’d say they’re going after the Summer jam – but Jaill lays out surf rock streams of guitar, with an influence by Television and a strange rambling of elongated lyrics make these guys the perfect recipe for lounging in a backyard or on the beaches. However, calling a ban’s sound, “Summer music” can be an insult and so it should be said that this album moves above the empty summer song due to its hollow and removed tone casting a slightly morbid cloud over what was lovely, adding a stranger and unexpected depth to the bubbly songs of Traps. The term “Summer music” is a compliment for Jaill.