» Absolute Radio | Pete Donaldson (Sunday Night Music Club)  (link)
“Burning The Tracks” chugs and roars along at a fair old pace, with aequal amounts of attitude and swagger. Good stuff!
» Absolute Radio | Pete Donaldson (Sunday Night Music Club) 
“Someone’s Love on Drugs” is 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.

» Amazing Radio | Aaron Phillips (Amazing Rock Show)  (video)
“Music of the highest, cloud-reaching calibre.  Actually quite beautiful.”

» BBC Radio 1 | Philly Taggart (Introducing)  (video)
“So catchy.  You’ve got some great fans Unquiet Nights, someone has just texted in before this saying “we need this, we really need this!”  So do I.  Pure Rock & Roll.”

» BBC 6 Music | Tom Robinson Fresh Faves  (link)
Irish band Unquiet Nights have already tasted success, having supported the likes of Toploader and Bloc Party. Silent Picture Show is a mature sounding track with interesting lyrics and is taken from their debut album 21st Century Redemption Songs.

» Shock Radio (University of Salford) | Lucy Markillie
“A really powerful track. It’s a great example of radio-friendly rock and I think Unquiet Nights are set for big things based on the strength of this song.”

» Bailrigg FM (University of Lancaster) | Laura Cockram
Burning the Tracks hits you straight away as a light rock song. It has a very appealing riff and bass line that provides the underlying rhythm section of the piece. The vocals are gruff and engaging. The chorus is also very memorable. I love this song and would happily put it on repeat on my iPod and play it again and again and again.

» RAW Radio Warwick | Anishka Sharma
This track from potentially the best rock n roll band I’ve heard all year should become an instant hit in the rock world. From the second the listener hits play they are immersed in a whirlwind of precision, dynamism and vitality with a rock n roll heart at the very core of it all. I adore every single element, the singer’s husky, raspy yet playfully delicate vocals and the razor-sharp riffs and drumming. To put it simply; these guys should not be unsigned. Absolutely brilliant.

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