Backstage Pass: An Interview with Indie Rockers Bailiff




Once described as "Zappa fronting the Black Keys," Chicago art-rockers, Bailiff, who have opened for the Lumineers, Nada Surf, Dinosaur Jr, Murder By Death and Jeff the Brotherhood, perform tonight at the Auricle in Canton. They stopped by our offices as they were on their way to the venue to conduct this quick interview. their new album Remise nicely balances indie rock and classic rock impulses.

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