Quiet Lions Wasteland album Absenteeism review

Quiet Lions – ‘Absenteeism’ album review


We’ve all been eagerly awaiting the debut album from Quiet Lions for quite some time now and recent singles ‘Echo Chamber’ and ‘Wasteland’ have just whet the anticipation even more. Based around social and political issues, they hinted at the overriding theme of isolation and dissociation in today’s digital world that can be found throughout…

Quiet Lions Wasteland album Absenteeism review

Quiet Lions – ‘Wasteland’


Quiet Lions have shared the video for ‘Wasteland’ ahead of the release of eagerly awaited debut album ‘Absenteeism’ on 14 June (Lonely Voyage Records). Frontman Michael Williams says the song ‘is all about having a voice, and using it for the greater good’ and the four-piece have released the video during the week of the…

Quiet Lions Wolves of the Capital

Quiet Lions – ‘The Wolves of the Capital’ video stream


Written about the frustrations of corporate business ethics (or lack of…), Spectral Nights favourites Quiet Lions have released the video for ‘The Wolves of the Capital’. The first single from their next EP ‘No Illusions’, it’s full of intelligent math-rock guitar lines and maybe a touch of Arcane Roots in the passionate chorus where Michael…

A fond farewell to Jumping Ships


Signed to the brilliant Alcopop! Records, it is with great sadness that this Tuesday (11 December) sees Jumping Ships play their farewell show at The Prince Albert in their hometown of Brighton. As the band move on to pastures new, we thought we should celebrate their all-too-brief career. Spectral Nights first saw them play upstairs…