Moving along with her quietly illustrious career, Portland's Grouper debuted the first track from her upcoming 10th studio LP, Ruins, with the beautiful and trembling 'Call Across Rooms'.

Aesthetically, the single seems to be a direct continuation of her beloved work with last year's The Man Who Died In His Boat, which managed to top out as one of The 405's best records of 2013. The follow-up, however, was recorded almost solely in Portugal in 2011, which the artist proclaims is, "A document. A nod to that daily walk. Failed structures. Living in the remains of love."

Grouper, aka Liz Harris, describes 'Call Across Rooms' in a Vogue interview as, "on one level very plain and literal, about a letter I wrote for someone I loved and could not get along with." She continues, "On a more subconscious, poetic level, it is a letter to myself, as aspiration to love better." From the outside, the delicate haunt of Harris' vocals and piano arrangements are effortlessly haunting and profoundly pulling, making for an endearing new impression.

Ruin is set for release October 31st on Kranky Records. Listen to 'Call Across Rooms' below.