RR: Not long after recording her 10th album, Ruins, Liz Harris traveled to Wyoming to work on
art and record music. She found herself drawn towards the pairing of skeletal piano
phrasing with spare, rich bursts of vocal harmony.
A series of stark songs emerged, minimal and vulnerable, woven with emotive silences.
Inspired by “the idea that something is missing or cold,” the pieces float and fade like
vignettes, implying as much as they reveal. She describes them as “small texts hanging in
space,” impressions of mortality, melody, and the unseen – fleeting beauty, interrupted.
Grid Of Points stands as a concise and potently poetic addition to the Grouper catalog.