Blue Sunshine is the only album by the British supergroup The Glove, which was first released in 1983. This album mainly served as a diversion for Robert Smith and Steven Severin when both of them were under heavy stress in their respective bands The Cure and Siouxsie and the Banshees. Since Smith was prohibited from singing in another band by his record company, he and Severin recruited Zoo dancer Jeanette Landray, who was dating Banshees drummer Budgie at the time, to sing the majority of the tracks on the original release; Smith only sang on "Mr. Alphabet Says" and "Perfect Murder". Other musicians involved in this project were Andy Anderson (who later joined The Cure) and Martin McCarrick (who later joined Siouxsie and the Banshees).
In 2006, this album was digitally remastered and re-released by Rhino Records, featuring a bonus disc with Smith and Matthew Bradley singing vocals on studio demo versions of all the songs instead of Landray.