Equal Vision Records and All Get Out are excited to announce the Friday, November 3 release of All Get Out, the South Carolina-based indie/folk-rock band’s brand new studio album (pre-order/pre-save HERE). With its self-produced fourth album, All Get Out has finally found the sound it has been striving for since the beginning, and as such, this towering new showcase serves as both a farewell to its past and a doorway into its future. As frontman Nathan Hussey puts it, “our previous album, ‘Kodak’, was the pivot, and this self-titled record is the execution.”

All Get Out really hones in on what the band has always been so good at: capturing feelings and emotions. From the moment the delicate, lilting strains of opener “Trouble” kick off the album, its 10 songs evoke and invoke a vast array of deep-seated moods that run the whole gamut of human experience. Leading the announcement is the jangly “Come Back Around,” the first song that was written for the album whose idea was lifted from a voice memo dating back to 2020 that touches on learning the parts of people that are more complicated and simply accepting them. Stream “Come Back Around” on YouTube HERE and on all platforms HERE.

Since forming All Get Out in 2007, Nathan Hussey’s priorities have changed. Back in those days, he felt like he should be part of the indie/alternative/emo scene the band had inadvertently become a part of and which was having its heyday. However, after its last record, 2022’s stunning Kodak, the four-piece — completed by guitarist Kyle Samuel, drummer Dominic Nastasi and bassist James Gibson — found itself at a crossroads but have come out the side with the forthcoming All Get Out. Having found its final form and free from those self-imposed expectations, the band is able to follow its creative impulses without any restrictions, and without needing to conform to external expectations or industry-set record cycles.

“Out Of Pocket” harkens back to the very early days of All Get Out, but it was only when the band improvised its intro and Hussey spontaneously came up with its lyrics that he realized that it took him back to a time when he was within that alternative/emo scene. At the same time, that’s just a through line on this record, rather than the focus. Indeed, the solemn chug of “Around It” was inspired by watching Unstuck In Time, the documentary about Kurt Vonnegut, and hearing about how his sister’s death impacted the writer. And yet, it’s conveyed with remarkable emotion and clarity, turning abstract notions into memories you’re sure that he — and you, as the listener — had.

Elsewhere, the jittery “Windows 98” travels back in time and manages to be nostalgic without being nostalgic. “Sounds The Same” offers a sense of uplifting, gentle defiance, while closer “Hamil” casts a graceful eye over a lifetime spent pursuing a passion and not knowing what else to do — or being able to do anything else. As such, it pits early purpose against later purpose, and works out the difference between them.

As such, All Get Out is a journey in real time from the beginning of the band to its present form and beyond, told through a variety of characters and lives that may or may not have any part in it. Musically, while it still contains the band’s trademark catchy hooks and choruses, it also reveals new aspects to its sound — for example, the electronic instrumentation that underpins “Trouble,” the almost slow-motion intensity of “Sleep Paralysis,” and the infectious, ever-so-slightly country-tinged “In Cursive.”

“My hope for this record,” Hussey summarizes, “is to reach a new audience. And that’s harder than making a new record. Because I want to reach the people who don’t know our band, but who would probably like this if they ever heard it. I didn’t really walk into this record with a theme, and I didn’t really walk out of it with one, either. It’s just me writing. I had nothing to prove, and nothing to overcome. I just had to write, and that’s what I did.”

All Get Out will be making the following appearances in 2023.

20 – Portland, OR – Revolution Hall *
21 – Boise, ID – The Olympic Venue *
22 – Salt Lake City, UT – The Commonwealth Room *
23 – Englewood, CO – Gothic Theatre *
25 – St. Paul, MN – Amsterdam Bar and Hall *
26 – Chicago, IL – House of Blues *
27 – Detroit, MI – Magic Stick *
28 – Lakewood, OH – The Roxy’s (Mahall’s) *
30 – Millvale, PA – Mr. Smalls Theatre *
31 – Philadelphia, PA – Union Transfer *

01 – Boston, MA – Paradise Rock Club *
02 – Albany, NY – Empire Live *
03 – New York, NY – Irving Plaza *
04 – Washington, DC – Union Stage *
05 – Carrboro, NC – Cat’s Cradle *
07 – Atlanta, GA – The Masquerade (Hell) *
08 – Nashville, TN – Eastside Bowl *
10 – Dallas, TX – Tulips *
11 – Austin, TX – Mohawk *
13 – Phoenix, AZ – Crescent Ballroom *
14 – Los Angeles, CA – Regent Theatre *
15 – Berkeley, CA – The UC Theatre *
17 – Seattle, WA – Showbox *

* – supporting The Dear Hunter’s Migrant 10th anniversary tour

All Get Out track listing:
Out of Pocket
Around It
Come Back Around
Sleep Paralysis
Windows 98
In Cursive
Sounds The Same
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