All Get Out have just announced a collection of tour dates around their already announced dates with Taking Back Sunday and Every Time I Die, All Get Out. All Get Out continue to support their 2016 release, Nobody Likes A Quitter.
Full upcoming tour listings are below.
All Get Out have just announced a tour this summer, including dates with Taking Back Sunday and Every Time I Die, All Get Out are touring in support of their 2016 release Nobody Likes A Quitter.
Tickets for All Get Out‘s headline tour dates are available here
The Punk Site review of Nobody Likes A Quitter can be read here
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Florida’s You Blew It have released a new video today for the song Arrowhead, the track is taken from their recent album, Abendrot, that was released via Triple Crown Records, the video was created and directed by Josh Coll from their Triple Crown Records label mates Foxing. You Blew It are currently in the midst of a headlining US tour, with support from All Get Out and Free Throw.
Abendrot can be ordered here
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Nobody Likes A Quitter
Bad Timing Records / Favourite Gentleman Records
Nobody Likes A Quitter is the new album from All Get Out, it will be released via Bad Timing Records and Favourite Gentlemen Recordings tomorrow, October 28th. It’s been a long wait for the follow up to their 2011 full length, The Season, this latest release was produced and co-written by Andy Hull and Robert McDowell, both of whom are members of the Manchester Orchestra, who along with Nathan Hussey have collaborated to create an anthemic indie record that will presumably appeal greatly to fans of both bands. However for those who are unfamiliar with the work of either artist we need to explore Nobody Likes A Quitter.
Room To Talk opens proceedings and it does it in fine style, it varies between a plodding indie style, that is augmented by sparkling keyboards, and an upbeat chorus that boasts a much heavier guitar sound, the two parts are in contrast to each other yet they fit together perfectly. Home is a consistently frantic number that features a staccato drum beat with an offbeat timing that makes the song a slightly challenging listen, but this is a powerful track that well and truly kickstarts the album into life. Chasing Skirt is delivered in a more straight forward style that features a strident drum beat and Whatever is a great anthemic indie rock number. The album takes a well earned breather at the half way mark with the haunting Empty Nest, the latter half of the album is another five tracks of contrasting styles and influences, including the wonderful Now You Got It, that mirrors the initial handful of tracks by bowing out on a mellow note.
Firstly it must be said that Nobody Likes A Quitter has been superbly produced by the members of the Manchester Orchestra and what this collaboration has delivered is a varied and well crafted album that has something for pretty much everyone, from the punkier influences, through soulful introspective moments, there’s even a country twang that creeps in here and there, and obviously there’s a healthy dose of indie rock that is an almost omnipresent influence. I can honestly say I wasn’t expecting to enjoy this album as much as I did, Nobody Likes A Quitter is damn fine release that is the result of a collaboration between two artists, between them they have produced an album that is stronger than either of their previous works. Five years is a long time to wait for an album, but I can safely say that Nobody Likes A Quitter was worth it.
Nobody Likes A Quitter can be ordered via Bad Timing Records here
Indie rock act All Get Out has premiered a full stream of their upcoming album, Nobody Likes A Quitter, which is due out on October 28, 2016 via Bad Timing Records and Favorite Gentlemen Recordings. The disc was produced by and co-written with Manchester Orchestra’s Andy Hull and Robert McDowell.
Listen to the full disc below.
Indie rock act All Get Out has premiered a new song. The song is titled “Whatever” and appears on their upcoming album, Nobody Likes A Quitter, which is due out on October 28, 2016 via Bad Timing Records and Favorite Gentlemen Recordings. The disc was produced by and co-written with Manchester Orchestra’s Andy Hull and Robert McDowell.
Listen to the song below.
All Get Out are now streaming their third single Whatever. The song comes off of their album Nobody Likes A Quitter, which comes out October 28th via Bad Timing Records and Favorite Gentlemen Recordings. The Nobody Likes A Quitter Tour begins October 27th and features Gates and Microwave.
Whatever can be streamed here and Nobody Likes A Quitter can be pre-ordered here
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Indie rock act All Get Out has premiered a new music video. The video features the song “Get My Cut” and appears on their upcoming album, Nobody Likes A Quitter, which is due out on October 28, 2016 via Bad Timing Records and Favorite Gentlemen Recordings. The disc was produced by and co-written with Manchester Orchestra’s Andy Hull and Robert McDowell.
Listen to the song below.
Indie rock act All Get Out has announced details for their next record. The album will be titled Nobody Likes A Quitter and was produced by and co-written with Manchester Orchestra’s Andy Hull and Robert McDowell. The disc will drop later this Fall on Favorite Gentlemen Records label along with Bad Timing Records. The band released their Movement EP back in 2015.
The band will be heading on tour in support of the release this Fall. Tour dates are below.
Happy Sunday folks! With so much news flooding our feed every week, it’s easy to lose sight of what’s really important to us all out there: albums! In the interest of placing a spotlight on the music that we here at The Punk Site love and believe that you should (or should not) check out, we are launching a weekly rundown of the albums that we weighed in on. Be sure to check out each review for each reviewer’s full thoughts and let us know what you think!
Reviews from April 3rd – April 17th
- For starters, Joel Poe confirmed that YouTube stardom doesn’t necessarily translate well offline, and Rain City Rockers showed us that covering theme songs from your favourite Saturday morning anime series might not be the best use of your musical talents.
- Meanwhile, Long Knives gave us a well balanced example of female-fronted male-backed indie, and Football, etc… brought a female touch to the often male-dominated emo scene.
- The Swingin’ Utters camp gave us another reason to love Darius Koski, and Paul Cargnello returned mostly to the anglophone side of Montreal for his latest full length.
- All Get Out released a little EP with a big sound, and finally, The Pukes reminded us that the ukelele can be a fun little tool – especially when used by an eighteen person band.
All Get Out
, Darius Koski
, Joel Poe
, Long Knives
, Paul Cargnello
, Rain City Rockers
, Reviews Roundup
, The pUKEs
Bad Timing Records / Favorite Gentlemen Records
Can’t get enough Manchester Orchestra? Well then look no further than emotional indie-rock outfit All Get Out. Channeling the lyrical precision of Weatherbox and the stadium rock aspirations of Manchester Orchestra, music comes naturally to these underground cult sensations. After forcing fans to wait four long years for the follow up to their breakthrough full length, The Seasons, the band returns to form with their highly anticipated Movement EP. Even if you missed the party the first time around, then Movement should easily fill you in on the buzz.
Boasting five single-worthy, stage-bound anthems, Movement showcases the vast sonic soundscape that first put these South Carolina boys on the map. This time around, the hooks are tighter, the emotions are higher, and the drive to connect with listeners in more powerful ways is stronger. For starters, vocalist Nathan Hussey sounds bolder and more vulnerable than ever before. Opener “Sans” surveys what Hussey has to offer; from mumbled, near-whispers to belted, crackling howls, his voice serves as one of few true comparisons to Jesse Lacey (Brand New) and Andy Hull (Manchester Orchestra). Complemented by an atmospheric score ranging from dank and dreary to heavy and forceful, the band balances tasteful tunage and unbridled angst. For instance, the emotional climaxes of “Balance” and “Orchestra” erupt in deeply personal outbursts without ever sacrificing the core mission.
Yet, amidst the tension and strain emerges an admirably approachable melodic framework. “Movement” and “All My Friends Are Dead” in particular favour catchy, near-hooks that balance out the comparably burdensome temperament associated with the genre. On that note, for all of the dense lyrical terrain associated with such emotionally endearing output, the songs just work.
Fans of eloquent, intense indie rock in the vein of the monumental achievements of Manchester Orchestra have everything to gain from the Movement EP. All Get Out has reached a place of mastery that expands beyond imitation and emulation of their inspirations, producing sonic soundscapes that roar to life in rewarding ways.
Indie rock act All Get Out has premiered a full stream of their upcoming Movement EP, due out April 14, 2015 on Favorite Gentlemen Recordings and Bad Timing Records. Pre-orders are available now.
Listen to the full disc here
Indie rock act All Get Out has premiered a new music video. The video features the song “Movement” from their upcoming Movement EP, due out April 14, 2015 on Favorite Gentlemen Recordings and Bad Timing Records. Pre-orders are available now.
The new track can be heard here
courtesy Brooklyn Vegan.
Indie rock act All Get Out has premiered a new music video. The video features the song “All Get Out” from their upcoming Movement EP, due out April 14, 2015 on Favorite Gentlemen Recordings and Bad Timing Records. Pre-orders are available now.
The new track can be heard here
Favorite Gentlemen Recordings and Bad Timing Records have jointly announced the release of a brand new EP from indie rock act All Get Out. The band plans to release the Movement EP on April 14, 2015. Pre-orders will be available via the Bad Timing Records webstore later today at 2 PM EST.
A teaser video for the new album can be streamed below.
Post-punk outfit All Get Out has announced that they will be heading on tour along with La Dispute, Balance & Composure, and Sainthood Reps. The band continues to support their 2011 full length, The Season, released last September via Favourite Gentlemen Records.
Tour dates can be found below.
Charleston, SC indie rockers All Get Out is streaming a brand new song from their upcoming debut, The Season, due out September 20, 2011 on Favorite Gentlemen Recordings. The track is titled “Lucky Bastard.” Guitarist/vocalist Nathan Hussey explains the road and mentality leading to the disc:
“We sound like we’ve been on tour for three years. We’ve been smoking and driving, and we don’t smell too good… [the new album is] a book on the history of our band… While touring is fun and a dream, there were times where all of us wanted a wall to punch and cry and wished we were home, or had a home.”
Give the track a listen below. Read More…