Being in a band doesn’t always have a common course. You have to find ways to continuously reinvent yourself, or risk starting back at square one…again. All Get Out knows this journey all too well, and explore it expertly on the latest track to be released from their forthcoming album No Bouquet, “Value.”

“Value” is an optimistic track about progress, and sonically calls to mind some of the stronger moments of their indie-emo predecessors Jimmy Eat World, Death Cab for Cutie, and Taking Back Sunday. Its accompanying video, out today, finds All Get Out mastermind Nathan Hussey and guitarist Kyle Samuel deep in the woods, exploring the oddities around them much like they continue to do with their own craft.

Watch the video for “Value” on Forbes:

One of the first things that Nathan Hussey sings on No Bouquet is also one of the most poignant: “you’re no bouquet / you’re just a rose.” It’s a deep dive inside the world of a band that has been the definition of “underrated” for years, with nothing to do but progress.

Produced by Mike Watts (Glassjaw, Dillinger Escape Plan), No Bouquet is easily the most impressive of All Get Out’s wildly-underrated discography, recalling in passages Murder By Death and Bright Eyes as much as it does Jimmy Eat World or The Get Up Kids.

No Bouquet comes out November 2 and is available to pre-order from Equal Vision Records.

Kicking off on November 1 in Atlanta, All Get Out will play a run of headlining shows throughout the midwest/east coast, bringing up-and-comers Homesafe, Household, and Sunsleeper along for support. All tickets are on sale now.

November 1 – Atlanta, GA – Purgatory @ Masquerade
November 2- Columbia, SC – New Brookland Tavern
November 3- Raleigh, NC – Kings Baracade
November 4 – Washington, DC – DC9
November 6 – Brooklyn, NY – Baby’s All Right
November 7 – Boston, MA – Middle East
November 8 – Philadelphia, PA – Kung Fu Necktie
November 9 – Pittsburgh, PA – The Funhouse
November 10 – Cleveland, OH – Mahall’s 20 Lanes
November 11 – Detroit, MI – Pike Room
November 13 – Chicago, IL – Cobra Lounge
November 14 – St. Louis, MO – Blueberry Hill Duck Room
November 15 – Kansas City, MO – The Rino
November 16 – Dallas, TX – Three Links