Jan 2012 | CD copies, Storychord & Gigs.

So, in this month’s update we’ve got interviews, physical cd copies, soundtrack activity, gig news, new radio, reviews & Best of 2011 lists.  Let’s get started.

» 21st Century Redemption Songs – CD Version

We’ve got our own stock of physical copies of 21st Century Redemption Songs now, so you can order from our Paypal, or Bandcamp store for £8 + P&P.  They come with a booklet, liner notes & the same 10 songs as the digital version.

Also wanted to thank everyone who has bought the album in either format, it’s selling well so far.  Some of you are immortalised in our Hall of Faces (on FB).  If you’ve got a photo, send it to us.

» Belfast Nashville Songwriter’s Festival: Latest News

As I said last month we’re playing Belfast Nashville Songwriter’s Festival on Friday Feb 24th. Songwriter’s like John Oates, Nick Lowe, Nanci Griffith are confirmed. We’re playing with Paul Casey & Band at the King’s Head, which is opposite the King’s Hall. See the programme and more info here.

» Allisports feature on Sage Kotsenburg

“If I Could & You Ever Would” appeared in another sync by Allisports, this time a feature on snowboarder Sage Kotsenburg.  They had already used “We Were The Ones” and “Shoulda Said Something” for features in 2011.  Gotta try this snowboarding thing.  See what you think here…

» Storychord.com feature

“If I Could & You Ever Would” was used as the soundtrack to issue #42 of the NY blog Storychord, which combines a story, a picture and a song.

» Uncharted Music News: Interview

Did an interview with Joe Mayo of Uncharted Music News recently, where he asked a bit about how the album was recorded and what it sounds like.  He’s written it up as an article, which you can read here.

» Salford City FM | Aural Delights w/ Bob Osbourne

Here’s some of the new radio we’ve been picking up in Jan.

» Student Radio Association Reviews

When we were played on Absolute Radio at the end of 2011, some of the DJs from universities in the Student Radio Association reviewed “Burning The Tracks”. Here’s a pick of the reviews that have surfaced.

“Potentially the best rock n roll band I’ve heard all year”
–  Anishka Sharma | University of Warwick Radio

“I love this song and would happily repeat on my iPod again and again.”
– Laura Cockram | Lancaster University Radio

“I think Unquiet Nights are set for big things.”
– Lucy Markillie | Shock Radio

» Auntie Annie’s w/ Little Doses

We’ll be playing Auntie Annie’s (Dublin Road Belfast), on Sunday 11th March with Little Doses, where we’ll have copies of the first album.  Will post more info soon when we have it, keep checking the tour page.

» Pete Donaldson on “Someone’s Love on Drugs”

After featuring “Burning The Tracks” recently on his Absolute Radio show, Pete Donaldson has also reviewed “Someone’s Love on Drugs”, saying it’s: “A great rock track. Moody, but not one that revels in it – there’s a sense of urgency in there. Bit of a journey, all told.”  Thanks Pete.  (link)

» Other happenings in January

Blond Carrot Magazine included us in their Best Albums of 2011, along with some great albums I’ve been listening to (Horrible Crowes – “Elsie”, and “El Camino” – The Black Keys). Also it was satisfying to pass 40,000 plays on Soundcloud this month, and 82,000 on Last.fm. Keep it going.

» Remember….

You can download some of the songs from unquietnights.com/music, but if you do that as opposed to buying the album, atleast join the mailing list, our facebook page, or twitter to stay up to date.  All the best…


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