The Coachlight Woods   Released Mar. 4, 2008. “If there was ever a sonic documentation of solidarity in the desert,  The Coachlight Woods  is it. It draws on so much of its surrounding environment: the space, the desert winds, the withdrawal from society. Glowworm excel in minimal, droning electronica. Songs like “Lux’, “Periphescence’ and the Boards of Canada-esque “Contralis’ are simultaneously pensive and melancholy. Each track is built on beds of ambient synths that are garnished with droplets of glockenspiel, lackadaisical drumming and eroded tape samples…The pull and push of the song echoes the feelings throughout an album that can only be described as a beautiful and accomplished debut offering.”  - Cyclic Defrost

The Coachlight Woods

Released Mar. 4, 2008. “If there was ever a sonic documentation of solidarity in the desert, The Coachlight Woods is it. It draws on so much of its surrounding environment: the space, the desert winds, the withdrawal from society. Glowworm excel in minimal, droning electronica. Songs like “Lux’, “Periphescence’ and the Boards of Canada-esque “Contralis’ are simultaneously pensive and melancholy. Each track is built on beds of ambient synths that are garnished with droplets of glockenspiel, lackadaisical drumming and eroded tape samples…The pull and push of the song echoes the feelings throughout an album that can only be described as a beautiful and accomplished debut offering.”

- Cyclic Defrost

  I Bend in Dust   Released October 25, 2018. “I Bend in Dust” is a tender, atmospheric orchestral piece that's name is taken from a line of poetry by John Bowring.  Written and arranged by Kevin Davis, it features Mary Grace Bender (Cleveland Institute of Music, McDuffie Center for Strings) on cello, who brings the music to life with her highly emotional playing.  “I Bend in Dust” is the first in a new series of orchestral singles to reflect the current and future direction of Glowworm's sound, eventually leading up to a new full length album in 2019 promoted by Pleasant Artist Management (Hammock, Slow Meadow).

I Bend in Dust

Released October 25, 2018. “I Bend in Dust” is a tender, atmospheric orchestral piece that's name is taken from a line of poetry by John Bowring.
Written and arranged by Kevin Davis, it features Mary Grace Bender (Cleveland Institute of Music, McDuffie Center for Strings) on cello, who brings the music to life with her highly emotional playing.

“I Bend in Dust” is the first in a new series of orchestral singles to reflect the current and future direction of Glowworm's sound, eventually leading up to a new full length album in 2019 promoted by Pleasant Artist Management (Hammock, Slow Meadow).

  Two Great Lights   Released Nov. 30, 2018. "Two Great Lights" is an ambient/chamber ensemble piece written by Davis (Glowworm) with cello playing by Mary Grace Bender (Cleveland Institute of Music), taking listeners on an emotional journey through the beginning of time as reflected though the frosts and lights of winter.  “Two Great Lights” is the second single in a series of three orchestral themed pieces by Glowworm leading up to a new full length LP in 2019.

Two Great Lights

Released Nov. 30, 2018. "Two Great Lights" is an ambient/chamber ensemble piece written by Davis (Glowworm) with cello playing by Mary Grace Bender (Cleveland Institute of Music), taking listeners on an emotional journey through the beginning of time as reflected though the frosts and lights of winter.

“Two Great Lights” is the second single in a series of three orchestral themed pieces by Glowworm leading up to a new full length LP in 2019.

  Can’t Let Go   Released February 23, 2018. “‘Can’t Let Go’ is the first in a series of singles leading up to a new album in October of this year and represents Davis’ first release as Glowworm in a decade. The music has matured, employing a fuller sound and broader textural palette, including vocals, but the ethereal, downtempo style is unmistakably Glowworm.  ‘Can’t Let Go’ is a haunting piece of music ‘ about moving forward,’  according to Davis. It features a beautiful vocal performance by Avery Leigh Draut (Pittsburgh Symphony, Avery Leigh’s Night Palace), as well as drummer John O’Reilly, Jr. (Jim Adkins, EL VY, Jason Mraz, fun.), and mixer Andy LeMaster (Bright Eyes, Conor Oberst, Azure Ray, Drive-By Truckers).”  - The Big Takeover

Can’t Let Go

Released February 23, 2018. “‘Can’t Let Go’ is the first in a series of singles leading up to a new album in October of this year and represents Davis’ first release as Glowworm in a decade. The music has matured, employing a fuller sound and broader textural palette, including vocals, but the ethereal, downtempo style is unmistakably Glowworm.

‘Can’t Let Go’ is a haunting piece of music ‘about moving forward,’ according to Davis. It features a beautiful vocal performance by Avery Leigh Draut (Pittsburgh Symphony, Avery Leigh’s Night Palace), as well as drummer John O’Reilly, Jr. (Jim Adkins, EL VY, Jason Mraz, fun.), and mixer Andy LeMaster (Bright Eyes, Conor Oberst, Azure Ray, Drive-By Truckers).”

- The Big Takeover