Like a haunting and only half-remembered dream, Glasser's soundscapes dully render both broad and intimate emotions. On "Home," built around a clap track and a xylophone loop, vocalist Cameron Mesirow is her chilly, echoing best as the arrangement rises around her from somewhere far away. Accounting for all the distance in the eponymous lyric of the chorus, it is impossible to identify if the word "home" is a declaration or a plea. This is tribal-pop in the spirit of True Panther label mates Tanlines and the final feelings are more familiar than foreign, making this much more a return than a long-distance call.
Listen :: Glasser - "Home"