Indie Pop duo Summer Salt have released their new album The Juniper Songbook via Cherry Lime Records. The Juniper Songbook sees the band reimagining songs from their past, including “Driving To Hawaii (Juniper Version)” and “Revvin My CJ7 (Juniper Version)“. Though not fully acoustic, The Juniper Songbook provides an intimate glimpse at each song’s inner workings.

Vocalist/guitarist Matthew Terry discusses the album:

I think we’ve grown as musicians and we really wanted to take the opportunity to challenge ourselves and see our songs in a different light or just with recording outside of our comfort zone and bedrooms. When we write songs we don’t write as a band. We write in the intimacy of our own rooms with a guitar and voice. This is the origin of every one of our songs…We did our best to create some diversity amongst our songs and reimagine them through years of getting to know them better.

Summer Salt recently kicked off The Soft Serve Tour, featuring Renata Zeiguer and Kate Stephenson. The Soft Serve Tour follows the same theme as the new album, providing fans with a stripped-down, intimate set of acoustic-style songs. The six week run includes upcoming stops in Toronto, Chicago, Seattle, Los Angeles, Houston, and more.

The Juniper Songbook Tracklisting:

1. Revvin’ My Cj7 (Juniper Version)

2. Clover (Juniper Version)

3. Driving to Hawaii (Juniper Version)

4. Seventeen (Juniper Version)

5. Oh Dear (Juniper Version)

6. Hideaway

7. Candy Wrappers (Juniper Version)

8. One Last Time (Juniper Version)

9. One Cup of Coffee

10. Fire Flower (Juniper Version)

Upcoming Tour Dates:

Mar 16 – Big Room Bar – Columbus, OH

Mar 17 – The Shelter – Detroit, MI

Mar 18 – Beat Kitchen – Chicago, IL

Mar 19 – Slowdown – Omaha, NE

Mar 22 – Meow Wolf – Denver, CO

Mar 23 – Soundwell – Salt Lake City, UT

Mar 25 – Alma Mater – Tacoma, WA

Mar 26 – Chop Suey – Seattle, WA

Mar 27 – Sessions Music Hall – Eugene, OR

Mar 29 – Felton Music Hall – Felton, CA

Mar 30 – Rickshaw Stop – San Francisco, CA

Apr 1 – Ventura Music Hall – Ventura, CA

Apr 2 – House of Blues Anaheim – Anaheim, CA

Apr 3 – The Roxy Theatre – Los Angeles, CA

Apr 4 – Soda Bar – San Diego, CA

Apr 6 – Club Congress – Tucson, AZ

Apr 8 – Lowbrow Palace – El Paso, TX

Apr 9 – Spider House Ballroom – Austin, TX

Apr 10 – Deep Ellum – Dallas, TX