Alternative Rock band ((Belfast & Italy))

Unquiet Nights are a Rock band formed in Belfast, Northern Ireland.



"...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."

- Pete Donaldson (Absolute Radio)


"...Unquiet Nights stress - over and above everything, it's always been and always will be about the songs. I couldn't agree more. Someone's Love on Drugs comes from their fine debut album 21st Century Redemption Songs..."  (1)

- Tom Robinson (BBC 6 Music)


" ...So catchy.  Pure Rock & Roll..."   (1)

- Phil Taggart (BBC Radio 1)


" ...Promising rock 'n' roll band.  If you're a fan of The Charlatans, Tom Petty and rock songs with classic choruses then you should have a listen...."  (1)

- Edwin McFee (Hotpress)


"..I find it very hard to believe that ’21st Century Redemption Songs’ is the debut album from Unquiet Nights. Clean cut and polished, each instrument has its defined role to play, rather than adopting the wall of sound noise that so many modern rock and indie bands tend to opt for. These guys sound a lot more ‘veteran’ than ‘mere upstarts..."  (1)

- Leigh Forgie (BBC/Chordblossom)


"...These guys make every second count.  Where “Someone’s Love On Drugs” captures a softer side of the band, “We Were The Ones” charges ahead full force with unrestrained vigor, setting the tone for high energy, catchy tunes throughout, and making for an album that is simply bursting with ambition and potential...."  (1)


Amazing Radio

" ...Music of the highest, cloud-reaching calibre.  Actually quite beautiful..."  (1)

- Aaron Phillips (Amazing Radio)


" ...Amongst the hundreds of new and under the radar bands that I pore over weekly, as a collection of songs it's maybe as strong as any of them I've heard..."   (1)

- Tony Simon (Louder Than War)


"...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!..."  (1)

- Greg Richling (The Wallflowers, Arthur Channel)


“Conjuring up a sound which is a little like the Gin Blossoms jamming with the Jesus and Mary Chain, 'Love Leave Your Mark On Me' is an anthemic offering from the three-piece.”
- Edwin McFee (Hot Press) (1)