Exit She Calls started off in 2004 as an acoustic side project of Kristia Moya while she was playing in and out of bands in New Jersey. Because of every song being influenced by different genres of artists and bands, only writing acoustic songs did not fulfill her. Ryan Bertone, had brought up making ESC a full band throughout the years, but it didn’t happen until the summer of 2008. She was lucky enough to get both Jeff Lambert and Carlos Rivero right away. From there on, everything just fell into place. Playing their first show as a full band in January of 2009, they haven’t looked back since and have already played a large handful of shows throughout New Jersey and New York. Honest and energetic can sum up ESC’s live performance in two words. They do not play into the gimmicks that most North Jersey bands do which makes their music more sincere. Their hard work has gotten them to Warped Tour’s annual date in 2009 in Camden, New Jersey and Six Flag’s Great Adventure with Forever The Sickest Kids in Jackson, New Jersey. On January 3rd, 2010 they released their first full length entitled “Out of Reach” that was recorded in Haworth, NJ at Room 368 Productions with Ethan Bill and was released off of Scorpion Records. Brian Vigario of Sin & Riot Productions has stated that, “The album features ten tracks of rock goodness. Catchy lyrics and a driving rhythm draw you in to every song. The musical arrangements will keep you listening on and on through every hook, chorus, and verse. This release shows the various talents of each member of the band to their fullest potential and should not be taken lightly by any listener.” This band, with their dose of sweet, catchy, yet edgy sound, could be North Jersey’s hope for a great young pop/rock scene.