After spending years in 30 Odd Foot of Grunts with actor Russell Crowe, guitarist Garth Adam made a decision to take a number of the material that didn’t make it compared to that band and begin his own solo task. It started with some house sessions that led to a cooperation with friend Paul Hardman. Both men had been enamored using the outcomes and released it being a self-titled record. Sadly, both Adam and Hardman shifted to different metropolitan areas, and shortly Adam discovered himself prepared to compose another record without his outdated partner. Drummer Dave Kelly, also of Grunts, provided his support and was shortly drafted in along with Doug Sandrini and Craig Grech of Pure Acoustic to begin with work on another Ether record. Entitled Great Sea Road, it highlighted a very much richer assortment of paths that place a heavier focus on a full audio and comprehensive playing. The record premiered in the summertime of 2002 throughout a down period for Grunts.