Aside from the eponymous nod to
Philip Glass in Ann Southam’s Glass Houses series,
much of Southam’s music refers to the repetitive
nature of “women’s work” (weaving, washing dishes.)
Stone’s Throw is inspired by Glass Houses No. 9
and like Southam’s music is joyful, sunny,
and so diatonic that adding a few modal changes
sounds a bit shocking.
Nonetheless, given the current political
situation and its creeping effect on whose work is/isn’t valued in society,
you might take the reference to women’s work and the name
Stone’s Throw as a cautionary (Handmaid’s?) tale.