The Texas-by-way-of-South Carolina band, All Get Out, led by frontman Nathan Hussey, is in the middle of a huge spike in creativity. The first result of this spike was 2015's Movement EP, a five-song effort that will look like a warm-up round in the near future. Second full-length, Nobody Likes A Quitter is All Get Out's most dynamic and impressive work yet, following Hussey as he turns his focus inward and begins to become more fully aware of who he is. Nobody Likes A Quitter was produced and co-written by Manchester Orchestra's Andy Hull and Robert McDowell, and proves to be a more nuanced and restrained affair than past efforts but no less vulnerable or emotionally exhausting. That visceral angst has been replaced with introspection, as Hussey has learned to channel the passion that permeated his last two releases and articulate it more eloquently.