Promise of You
Unquiet Nights return with anthemic new single 'Promise Of You' on Feb 16.
Keen to kick off 2018 with a bang, critically acclaimed rockers Unquiet Nights unleash their comeback single 'Promise Of You' on Feb 16 via all digital platforms. Inspired by the universal allure of music and the stories behind the sweat drenched clubs that offer their stages to rising bands, the seeds of the song were first sewn, as ever, on singer/guitarist Luke Mathers' trusty laptop.
Polished and perfected at Manor Park Studios in Magherafelt, Northern Ireland, 'Promise Of You' sees the Northern Ireland and Italy-bred three-piece more direct and dynamic than ever before. Driven by pounding percussion and bolstered by a stadium-sized chorus, the song is informed and indeed forged by the lessons they've learned from years on the road gigging around Europe.
Their new single offers fans of Unquiet Nights their first taste of what promises to be a slew of new material over the months ahead. After enjoying some time off after the release of their second album, [2015's Postcards In Real Time'] and its subsequent tour in 2016, the band have now built their own studio and intend to take full advantage of it (in fact, there's another single pencilled in for an April release, plus a third full length record further down the line).
But enough about Unquiet Nights' exciting future, let's savour the present and their stellar new single 'Promise Of You,' which sees the band return to action in considerable style. Keep your eyes peeled on their website for updates on the single, their live shows and more www.unquietnights.com
- Edwin McFee (Hotpress)
For Fans Of:
Brian Fallon & The Howling Weather, Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers, the Gin Blossoms, the Wallflowers.
Notes To The Editor: Unquiet Nights' music has been played/featured on BBC Radio 1, Sky television, BBC 6 Music, RTE 2FM, Absolute Radio and Amazing Radio among others.
“...So catchy...pure rock 'n' roll....” Phil Taggart, BBC Radio One
“An anthemic offering from the three-piece.” Edwin McFee. Hot Press
“....I can only see their star rising.” Tony Simon, Louderthanwar.com
"...Unquiet nights are a great young band with tons of energy and swagger that will excite fans of groups like The Strypes, The Vines, Nirvana, and Bloc Party. Have a listen!” Greg Richling, The Wallflowers, Arthur Channel