Elliott Brood (said to be named after cinematic femme fatale Harriet Bird from 1984’s The Natural) united teenage pals with a love for the countrified soft rock of vintage Neil Young, the Band, and the Flying Burrito Brothers. The Canadian alt-country trio was last seen here in 2015, so it’s about (aboot?) time for an encore at the Casbah on October 5, eh? Though they’ve been around since the early 2000s, it wasn’t until their full-length Days Into Years won Roots & Traditional Album of the Year at the 2013 Juno Awards (roughly the equivalent of a Grammy) that they rose to the A-list (eh-list?) of the Great White North roots music scene, putting them right up there with the Guthries and Blue Rodeo, at least in terms of their profile, if not record sales. They haven’t made much noise since 2014’s Juno-nominated Work and Love, but they still have a half dozen studio albums spanning ten years with which they can surely rock the Casbah.