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Glasser is set to release a new album through True Panther Sounds this October.

Absent for three years, Glasser (real name Cameron Mesirow) seemed to be consumed by perfectionism. Debut album 'Ring' was a critical success, finding Mesirow striking up a powerful partnership with partner and producer Van Rivers.

Now it seems that she is ready return. A new album under the Glasser moniker will be delivered this October, with True Panther Sounds set to aid the producer.

New track 'Shape' arrived online a few moments ago - a glistening, quite beautiful piece of music, it comes attached with a letter from Merisow.

Check out 'Shape' below, then find the letter after the jump:

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"I have been thinking a lot about space. Not only outer space and physical boundaries, but also inner mental space. There are so many beginnings and endings and edges and shores inside and outside our minds. Some are impossible to scale and they make us feel small. I feel small and far removed at times, and I push myself farther away in a kind of compulsion. These are physical comforts I cling to, but always when I cling to them I realize that the isolation I’m afraid of is in my heart and not on a crowded sidewalk. I also have moments of ecstasy, milestones that drive me forward in search of more. These emotions and sensations elude me though, they seem to exist in their own seperate planes. I still chase them. I can become so mesmerized by something outside myself, a person or place that I try to reflect its power and the way it makes me feel."

"This is why I feel so lucky to be able to make art, especially music. My experiences flow together and become the stuff of invention. I spent the last year and a half making my new album, which will come out in October. I thought about architecture, a physical imposition in my life, and the fluid emotional boundaries of relationships, also sometimes imposed.
More news to come, in the meantime, enjoy 'SHAPE' "

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