Alaskan summers are known for their long daylight hours, but Haverford’s Alaskan Summer is more like its nights, short and to the point.
The album consists of six tracks, with the half of them hovering around the two minute mark. That’s not a lot of time for a full song, if you could actually call them that. The album sounds like a sampling more than anything. By the time you get a feel for a track, it’s already over.
It’s difficult to get a full impression of Alaskan Summer. The few longer tracks on the album are decent, but the brevity of the others hinders it as a whole. It’s short and sweet, but also somewhat forgettable.