We were young in Melbourne, Australia through the ’80s, Sean Bowley paid attention to ’60s psychedelic rock and roll and gradually grew thinking about neo-psychedelics like Echo & the Bunnymen along with other British indie rings. He formed EVERYTHING Unseen with three close friends, but from then on band split up in 1989, Bowley started playing as Eden with Pieter Bourke (who later on joined Deceased Can Dance). Additional bandmembers were steadily added, including bassist Steven Wattie, guitarist Chris Collins, dummer Raju Sharma and key pad participant Talie Helene. Eden’s 1st record, the EP Light Between Worlds, made an appearance on Nightshift Information in 1990. The music group authorized with Third Brain in 1992 and released Gateway towards the Mysteries. Attention from your BBC’s John Peel off gained Eden a cope with American label Projekt, which authorized them and released the Healingbow EP in 1993. Eden’s second recording Fire and Rainfall made an appearance in 1995, as well as the band recorded materials for Midnight Sunlight in early 1996.