There’s a wide-eyed reverence to Esterlyn’s third release that harkens back to the Jesus Music-era of the early ‘70s. Lead singer Luke Caldwell and his band mates recall the innocent days of Christian pop/rock’s beginnings in these earnest, simply produced tracks. Call Out focuses in upon God’s love and acceptance, embodying this theme in both its lyrics and the austere yet uplifting quality of its music. Intimate piano-centered tunes like “Esther” and “Treasure” convey a healing message, brought to life by Caldwell’s subdued yet passionate delivery. The shimmering, almost ethereal “Can’t Miss This” and a gently rocking cover of Hillsong’s “Freedom Is Here” are more produced but no less effective. The shimmering guitars and bright banjo of “El Shaddai” lend it an easy-going country air. Caldwell has the ability to make these studio sessions feel like campfire-side folk numbers, as “The Lord Is Good” shows. Throughout, the unguarded spirit of Esterlyn shines through with warmth and sincerity. Call Out is a cry for salvation that deserves to be heeded.