Caravan is a progressive rock band that spearheaded the Canterbury scene of the 1960s and 1970s in Canterbury, England. Formed in 1968 out of members of Wilde Flower, the root of the Canterbury sound, the band consisted of David and Richard Sinclair, Pye Hastings and Richard Coughlan and became the first British act to sign with an American label. Caravan released its eponymous debut album in 1968 and would release two more albums before Dave was replaced by keyboardist Steve Miller, who lent the band a jazzier sound for its 1972 studio record, Waterlook Lily. The band all but dissolved following the album, and different varieties of Caravan toured and recorded the next few albums. With Pye Hastings and Richard Choughlan as the band's only continuous members, the band didn't see much action in the 1980s but had a successful reunion in 1990, when progressive rock music began earning support on radio airwaves. Caravan celebrated the 40th anniversary of its 1973 album For Girls Who Grow Plump In the Night, touring the UK.