"The two Sarahs set off a fireworks display of harmonies overtop rootsy, often bluesy folk compositions. It’s stirring and earnest without ever straying into the melodramatic." -Jeff Royer
- Jeff Royer, Fly Magazine (Nov 06, 2008)
"The concept behind Indian Summer Jars is that of preserving a moment, an energy, an emotion. The Indian Summer reminds us of past events, and pleasant surprises, warm weather, and new beginnings. As a band, Indian Summer Jars captures and stores some of these warm "feel good" moments so that they may be revisited and shared with others. "
- Mosaic Presents (Sep 26, 2011)
"In keeping with their name that speaks to hope and opportunity, Indian Summer Jars are motivated and invigorated by their prospects. Following the release of their debut album, Similar, to outlets like iTunes and CDBaby, Sarah Beth and Sarah King have seen how a measurable success is built on a coalition of smaller successes. Characterized by a maturity that is often lost on young writers who expect the world on a platter, King’s perspective sounds like that of a seasoned songwriter. “I wouldn’t say that we’re, like, skyrocketing to the moon or anything yet. Everything is going to take a bit of time,” she says pragmatically. “It’s just about us keeping each other organized,” King adds. “The good thing about working together is that we both make up where the other one is lacking, and then that trades off periodically – for a while, it will be Sarah Beth doing all the booking, then it will be me doing all the booking, and you know … It just works out.”"
- Fly Magazine (Nov 06, 2008)