Thematically, Nathan Hussey's (All Get Out) new solo album Hitchens is an observation on the Human Condition interpreted through personal experiences. It draws largely from the life and suffering of it's namesake; the catalytic author and orator, Christopher Hitchens. However, it was not so much Hitchen's politics that Hussey found inspiration in, but his intelligence, the veracity with which he supported his beliefs, his constant quest for personal evolution and, most of all, his life story. According to Hussey, the record is "more about the impact of someone not only in my life but in the pseudo-fiction used to represent how we feel about another person. Sometimes a character says it better than you ever could." "All Things," the first offering from Hitchens, is a laid back, beautiful track that offers a glimpse into a much different side of who Hussey is as a songwriter than we're used to seeing and it serves as a perfect introduction to what we can expect on the album.