Florida-based outfit Further Seems Forever is a Christian rock band that fuses elements of emo and indie rock into its sound. During its initial run between 1998 and 2006, the band was fronted by three different vocalists who each appeared on one of the band's first three albums. Chris Carrabba provided vocals for Further Seems Forever's debut album The Moon Is Down, in 2001 before departing to start Dashboard Confessional. He was replaced by Jason Gleason and eventually Jon Bunch, who respectively sang vocals on 2003's How to Start a Fire and 2004's Hide Nothing, prior to the band's 2006 breakup. After a four year hiatus, Further Seems Forever reunited with original front man Chris Carrabba and entered the studio to record its fourth studio album, Penny Black, which was released in 2012.