See his autobiography, Here Lies (1985).
See his autobiography, Inward Hunger (1969).
See study by C. G. Crisp (1988).
Eric's Trip were the first Canadian band to be signed to Seattle's Sub Pop record label in the early 1990s. Another two Atlantic Canadian bands, Jale and The Hardship Post, were signed to Sub Pop in subsequent years.
The band broke up in 1996, but reunited in 2001 and August 2006 to play at the Sappy Records Festival in Sackville, New Brunswick. They reunited again for a series of shows in 2007 , including a show at the 2007 Halifax Pop Explosion. The band has announced tour dates for the summer of 2008.
Bassist Julie Doiron currently has a successful solo career, from 2003-2007 she performed with Shotgun & Jaybird, Rick White and Mark Gaudet play in Elevator, and Chris Thompson enjoyed some fame as Moon Socket. Thompson currently plays in The Memories Attack with Ron Bates of Moncton band Orange Glass. White produced Doiron's 2007 solo album Woke Myself Up, which features three tracks on which the entire Eric's Trip lineup worked together.