Album artwork for Crux by Glasser

Glasser, the elevated electronic project from Cameron Mesirow, releases her anticipated third album Crux via One Little Independent Records.

Crux takes Glasser’s entrancing blend of dreamy experimental pop and layered electronics to explore themes of personal identity, emotional vulnerability, and the human experience. The album maps journeys of self-discovery as she unpacks intimate experiences with a maturity and cathartic outlook. Specifically, the tracks on Crux discuss the death of an old friend, her meditations on the fragility of life and the delicacy of relationships in times of uncertainty. More than anything it’s about the importance of creativity and writing while healing, and on an individual level, looking inward and the examination of one’s grief, anxiety, and insecurities. Musically it searches outward, it includes the use of traditional folk, Celtic to communicate her Scottish roots, and Eastern-European styles, all introduced to her lush, atmospheric production, intricate vocal harmonies, and complex rhythms.

Glasser

Crux

One Little Independent Records
Album artwork for Crux by Glasser
LP

£27.99

Black
Released 06/10/2023Catalogue Number

TPLP1593

Album artwork for Crux by Glasser
LP +

£27.99

First Copies with Bonus Flexi Featuring 'Om'.

Green
Released 06/10/2023Catalogue Number

TPLP1593LTD

Album artwork for Crux by Glasser
CD

£11.99

Released 06/10/2023Catalogue Number

TPLP1593CD

Glasser

Crux

One Little Independent Records
Album artwork for Crux by Glasser
LP

£27.99

Black
Released 06/10/2023Catalogue Number

TPLP1593

Album artwork for Crux by Glasser
LP +

£27.99

First Copies with Bonus Flexi Featuring 'Om'.

Green
Released 06/10/2023Catalogue Number

TPLP1593LTD

Album artwork for Crux by Glasser
CD

£11.99

Released 06/10/2023Catalogue Number

TPLP1593CD

Glasser, the elevated electronic project from Cameron Mesirow, releases her anticipated third album Crux via One Little Independent Records.

Crux takes Glasser’s entrancing blend of dreamy experimental pop and layered electronics to explore themes of personal identity, emotional vulnerability, and the human experience. The album maps journeys of self-discovery as she unpacks intimate experiences with a maturity and cathartic outlook. Specifically, the tracks on Crux discuss the death of an old friend, her meditations on the fragility of life and the delicacy of relationships in times of uncertainty. More than anything it’s about the importance of creativity and writing while healing, and on an individual level, looking inward and the examination of one’s grief, anxiety, and insecurities. Musically it searches outward, it includes the use of traditional folk, Celtic to communicate her Scottish roots, and Eastern-European styles, all introduced to her lush, atmospheric production, intricate vocal harmonies, and complex rhythms.