Glös began as a collaboration between Keeley Davis and Cornbread Compton, both former members of Engine Down. Because they were living in different cities at opposite ends of the country -- Davis
in Richmond, VA and Compton in Los Angeles, CA -- the songs were developed on computer, with the pair swapping files back and forth through the internet. After completing 20 songs, Davis and
Compton decided to invite Keeley's sister, Maura (former frontwoman of Denali), to join the project and to add her beautiful, sultry vocals to music that already seemed perfect for her. The band released
some of those songs as a full length entitled Harmonium on Lovitt in 2007.
In 2008 and band wrote and recorded 4 more songs via the same long-distance file-swapping method. Maura Davis contributed more on this release, penning her own melodies and lyrics. One song in
particular, "Sunshine", is a very personal response to a recent loss of a beloved young family member of Keeley and Maura's. Originally released as digital purchases through social networking site that
has now, sadly, gone bankrupt, this is the first time the four songs have been released in any kind of physical form.