Caitlin Pasko's delicate vocals hover just above the piano that dances through her latest single 'Barking Dog.' It's a safe place for the dreamy singer/songwriter to unleash her first single from her forthcoming album Glass Period, which was co-produced by Henry Terepka of Zula (/very much a collaboration with!) and mixed by Patrick Dillett, who mixed Sufjan's Carrie and Lowell. It's her own constructed space offering her the well-being to safely confront her inner security.

"I started writing this song just as a meditation on my anxiety, but when my dad passed away suddenly in the middle of writing it... it also became about him--a meditation on my relationship with him, before and after his death, and a stream of consciousness around how my anxieties lifted during the first stages of grief," she said.