The Call-Up are an independent rock band formed in 2002 (Formerly Known as "Undecided") by Iain Ferguson, Matt Lapin, Patrick Rody and Mike Ferguson. The band became tired of the name Undecided. Shortly there after the name change came following a reviewer's suggestion.
Since 2002, The Call-Up have toured the East Coast of Canada opening for such hit acts as Sloan, The Trews and The Joel Plaskett Emergency while also playing alongside other indie bands like In-Flight Safety, Jill Barber, and former Eric's Trip member Julie Doiron. They have also played several big East Coast gigs as the East Coast Music Awards in Charlottetown, P.E.I. and The North by North End festival in Halifax, Nova Scotia.
In March 2005, with the help of former member of The Super Friendz, Charles Austin, The Call-Up recorded their self-titled EP as "Undecided" in Halifax, Nova Scotia in Austin's Ultramagnetic Studio. Although the band contributes, Vocalist Iain Ferguson writes most of the new songs, continuing to pump out pontenial hits like the fan favourite, "Looked for a Fight".
Following in true East Coast tradition, The Call-up plan to re-locate their catchy pop-rock sound to Toronto in the fall of 2006 following their first province wide tour beginning in Halifax to Buffalo, New York while crossing the Quebec and Ontario area.