Hailing from Moncton, New Brunswick, indie rockers Eric's Trip formed in 1990 when musicians Rick White and Christopher Thompson of The Forest joined Julie Doiron and Ed Vaughan (who was later replaced by Mark Gaudet of Purple Knight). The first Canadian band signed to Sub Pop Records, White described their sound as "sappy melodic pop music on top of thick distortion." The raw and emotional Forever Again (1994) is the group's second full-length effort and follow-up to their Sub Pop debut Love Tara (1993), recorded in 1994 at White's home studio, Stereo Mountain. It's been out of print on vinyl since its original pressing. Eric's Trip broke up in 1996 and subsequently reunited in 2001, and again in 2006.