The Kickback ready debut, tour (2015)

The Kickback will release its long awaited full-length debut, Sorry All Over The Place, this week via Jullian Records but you can preview the album ahead of the release exclusively at Nerdist.
Listen to Sorry All Over The Place
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Produced by Spoon’s Jim Eno, Sorry All Over The Place is an invigorating collection that fuses ’60s bubblegum sentimentality with modern indie rock’s quirky confessionals and wiry musicality. They’ve already received love from Rolling Stone, Consequence of Sound, Grantland, Huffington Post and Greg Dulli (The Afghan Whigs), to name a few.
The Chicago quartet will play a hometown album release show tonight at The Hideout in Chicago and head out on a national tour in October including multiple shows at CMJ and a run with Austin’s Ringo Deathstarr. A full list of dates can be found below with more to be added to keep the band on the road through the end of the year. The Kickback is influenced by a broad array of irreverent, cerebral, and sometimes outlandish, cultural references. They cite Hunter S. Thompson, post-post-modernism, an inflated sense of self-importance, large families, David Foster Wallace, The Wire, big sounds and then quiet sounds, David Lynch, harmonies, Michael Keaton, and entitlement, as their conceptual inspirations.
Sep 17 – Chicago, IL – The Hideout
Oct 08 – Columbus, OH – Rumba
Oct 10 – Toronto, ON – Lee’s Palace
Oct 11 – Montreal, QC – TRH Bar
Oct 13 – Boston, MA – O’Brien’s Pub
Oct 14 – New York, NY – The Bowery Electric (CMJ Day Party)
Oct 14 – New York, NY – Arlene’s Grocery (CMJ)
Oct 15 – New York, NY – TBA (CMJ)
Oct 16 – New York, NY – The Delancey (CMJ)
Oct 17 – New York, NY – TBA (CMJ)
Oct 20 – Philadelphia, PA – Kungfu Necktie *
Oct 21 – Wilkes Barre, PA – The Other Side *
Oct 22 – Athens, OH – University of Ohio *
Oct 23 – Chicago, IL – Schuba’s
Oct 24 – Champaign, IL – Highdive * w/ Ringo Deathstarr