Chicago’s Ballistic Edna shaped in 2001 around guitarist Adam Reilly, vocalist/guitarist Fran Glagkou, drummer Jack port Jerozal, and bassist Paul Topping. Reilly was a veteran of the neighborhood punk picture, while Glagkou experienced sung for numerous clothes both in Chicago and her indigenous Greece. As Ballistic Edna, the quartet plied a guitar-driven audio comparable to early-’90s option groups like Stomach or Velocity Lady, but with harder sides and the casual foray into Middle Eastern rhythms. The music group gigged regularly through the entire Chicagoland region and issued several self-released EPs, especially 2003’s SHE’LL Come back. That same 12 months, the music group upped its profile with tunes showing up on Dawson’s Creek in addition to www.spinner.com, an AOL-affiliated music support.