Alaskan natives The Super Saturated Sugar Strings recently released their latest album All Their Many Miles.  The indie-folk group usually find inspiration through Alaskan nature sounds.  All Their Many Miles is filled with nine peaceful tracks of love, heartbreak, and even shows off the bands instrumental skills.  Their first track “All Their Many Miles” combines a variety of instruments such as the banjo and trumpet while being backed by soft female vocals.  The lyric “I feel for all their many miles,”  tells the narrative of a couple trying to make it through.  “Love Cocoon” starts off with eerie sounds of soft piano, cello, trumpet, violin and guitar.  The eerie intro creeps into rusty male vocals.  The song soon becomes sweet and intimate professing “If we reach the top, we’ll build a love cocoon.”

My personal favorite off of All Their Many Miles is “Crocodile.”   The track lasts a total of 4:13 minutes and is a total instrumental.  The song has a Western-old timey theme, and shows the bands ability to be versatile in their sound.  Whether you are a fan of fold or not All Their Many Miles is definitely worth taking the time to listen to.

All Their Many Miles is available now. Keep up with The Super Saturated Sugar Strings here.

Abby Trapp