Clear Frontier was formed in 1987 by Tom Cummins, Aaron Levin and Danny Southard as a Rock/New Wave band with U2, The Fixx, The Cars and XTC as their primary influences. By the 90s Clear Frontier had adopted a Christian Rock format focusing on original songs in the vein of the popular Christian artist of the time including Newsboys, Audio Adrenaline, Pray for Rain and Jars of Clay. Danny left the band but was replaced by his brother Dion who was also a bass player. In the summer of 1997 the band recorded their first studio CD "Follow Me" which featured 14 songs and included their most popular offering Follow Me. The group disbanded in the early 2000s but reformed with the return of Danny and has continued with a variety of drummers filling in.