The first Glowworm album was acclaimed in post-rock circles – Canada’s Exclaim! magazine favorably compared the band to Mogwai and Explosions In The Sky – and interest in Glowworm began to intensify even as Davis shifted his focus to the ambient sound project Beta Cicadae, writing and recording Mouna and a follow-up EP, Dirt and Sky.
In 2018, Davis, now based in Macon, Georgia, is finishing a second Glowworm album, featuring vocalist Avery Leigh Draut (Pittsburgh Symphony) and drummer John O’Reilly, Jr. (Jim Adkins, EL VY, Jason Mraz, fun.), mixed by Andy LeMaster (Bright Eyes, Azure Ray, Drive-By Truckers) and James Plotkin (Hammock, Sun O)))). A series of singles will be released starting in spring 2018, with the LP following in 2019.
- Joel Heng Hartse