Jail Become Jaill, Sign with Sub Pop

Jail Become Jaill, Sign with Sub Pop
Jangly Milwaukee-based garage pop crew Jail have been going strong since 2002. Their only full-length, There's No Sky (Oh My My), introduced them to a much larger audience when it came out earlier this year. Now, the band have signed with legendary indie imprint Sub Pop for their second effort.

Trouble is, there was a German band in the '70s who had the same band name. In order to avoid the inevitable legalities, and perhaps cash in on the extra consonants band name trend, the band have renamed themselves Jaill.

Little else is known about the band's second album, but they are expected to enter the studio in January.