You could try to describe the sound of the five eclectic musical backgrounds melding together to become what is Make Your Exit with fancy words and hyperbole... but the overbearing fact of their music is that it's simply honest. And honest music isn't always easy to come by. It's stripped down, yet amped up, it's noisy and abrasive, yet quiet and modest. It's the sounds of five extremely talented twenty-somethings just letting it all out. Lucky for us, their post-rock release lands somewhere between familiar and completely unfamiliar. Four part vocal harmonies akin to Fleet Foxes, with the addition of jazzy saxophone parts, and just the right tasteful amount of Canadiana twang - Make Your Exit is unlike anything you've heard before, yet it won't be hard to wrap your head around.
Remind Me the Reason I Came, is the band's second EP and showcases their unique unbridled songwriting energy in the best light. The album is mastered by Noah Mintz and was recorded by Brent Bodrug in an abandoned church somewhere outside of Trenton, Ontario. Paired with their face-melting live sets this release is sure to bring the band new followers across our great country. On stage the sounds of years of friendship can be heard not only in their cohesive orchestral blends, but seen in the way they enjoy performing together. Make Your Exit have played alongside Dan Griffin (Arkells), Fox Jaws, The Framework, Amos The Transparent, the Paint Movement, Michou and more, and have made memorable appearances at North by Northeast and Canadian Music Fest. Expect to hear much more from these young and restless musicians.