The new album comes after the success of their latest release, Long Walk Home which amassed 1.5 millions streams on Spotify and garnered them 2 nominations (Recording of the Year and Best Rock Artist) for this weekends Western Canadian Music Awards and won them 4 awards (Album of the Year / Group of the Year / Pop Recording of the Year / Indie Rock Recording of the Year) at this year’s Edmonton Music awards. They also enjoyed radio success with their single “Love Keeps” having reached #1 on the CBC Radio2 Top20 and peaking at #21 of the Canada Alternative Rock Charts.
The longtime friends have released a self-titled EP in 2011 and their debut full-length All These Years in 2012. They propelled themselves to an even higher peak with 2014’s Warrington, earning rave reviews and shows alongside bands like Hey Rosetta!, Said the Whale & Born Ruffians.
On stage, Scenic Route to Alaska’s energy is palpable and the fun contagious. Always locked in with a syncopation that can only stem from a long collective history, the band bounces from ballads to bangers with ease, leaving a lasting impression on any kind of audience in front of them.