The Glove

The Glove was the art-pop collaborative side-project of Cure frontman Robert Smith and Siouxsie and the Banshees bassist Steven Severin. The idea stemmed from Smith’s dual involvement in Severin’s band at the time. The project yielded the album Blue Sunshine on Polydor in 1983, accompanied by two singles with non-album b-sides on the Banshees’ Wonderland imprint. The pair are backed on the album by fellow English musicians Jeanette Landray (vocals) and Andy Anderson (drums). Anderson served as Steve Hillage‘s drummer circa 1978/79 and would subsequently play that role in The Cure, appearing on the band’s 1984 release The Top.

Members: Robert Smith (keyboards, vocals, strings), Steven Severin (bass, keyboards), Jeanette Landray (vocals), Andy Anderson (drums)


  • Blue Sunshine (1983)

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