Bliss represents the improbable collaboration of ex – Madonna background vocalist and dancer Donna DeLory, who all plays harmonum, body organ and percussion and sings, and, cellist Cameron Rock, a former accompanist for Tracy Chapman, John Williams, Henry Mancini, Depeche Setting and Weapons ‘N Roses. In a recently available interview, DeLory described, “We result from such different affects. I was seriously into rhythmic music and also have a strong history like a dancer. Cameron’s entire background in traditional music and Metallica”. Despite their variations, the two music artists develop a pop-minded audio that influenced “The LND Review” to create, “(Rock) gets the uncanny capability to gather the traditional and the present day so concerning transcend them both. Like a vocalist, (DeLory) will go significantly beyond everything she’s accomplished before, which is fairly a feat. her voice’s textural depth and richness, subtlety of inflection, lyrical level of sensitivity, along using its tonal purity, flexibility and beauty are even more stunning than ever before”. The duo’s debut recording was recorded on the twenty four monitor digital studio room that was built-in DeLory’s garage area and, after becoming disassembled, used by U Haul to a cabin in Taos, New Mexico where in fact the album was documented. Although the recording was called, “Love Under no circumstances Dies”, when it had been released within the duo’s personal label, Dirty Parrot, it had been renamed “Bliss” and acknowledged to DeLory when re-released by Magic formula Road.