Tag: Quiet Please

Quiet, Please – The Ghost Inside My Head (Review)

Dallas based alternative rock band Quiet, Please have found their way into the hearts of a collective of fans in the relatively short time the trio have been together. Kevin, Brice and…

Quiet, Please – The Escape (Track Of The Day, 12th September)

The guys of alternative rock band Quiet, Please have been gradually sharing singles from their upcoming album The Ghost Inside My Head (releasing 29th September). “The Escape” is the latest, unfortunately finding…

Quiet, Please. – Cate (New Music)

The boys of Quiet, Please. have dropped another single in the lead-up to their album The Ghost Inside My Head (releasing 29th September). “Cate” is dedicated to a close friend and supporter…

Quiet, Please – Note (New Music)

Dallas alternative rock trio Quiet, Please have been busy behind the scenes. Today (after ridiculous amounts of hype..) Kevin, Brice and Dom revealed something they’ve been working on: A remake of “Note”,…

Quiet, Please. – Sign (Track Of The Day, 19th July)

Our Track Of The Day today is a call for help that comes with pointed electro pulses and searching melody. “Sign” is the second track of Dallas trio Quiet, Please‘s An Attempt…

The Depth Magazine April Giveaway

Depth Magazine exists because of a love of music, and a desire to support independent artists (that may not otherwise get a lot of press). When Depth loves a band, we love…

Quiet, Please – Only Thing (Track Of The Day, 23rd March)

The sweetness and peacefulness of a ukulele invites us into Quiet, Please‘s “Only Thing”. But “Only Thing” does not speak about sweet and peaceful things. “Only Thing” describes a separation from someone…

Quiet, Please – Note (Track Of The Day, 9th March)

Today’s Track Of The Day comes from Dallas band Quiet, Please. Their EP An Attempt At Finding Myself is a collection of very cool songs, and one of those cool songs is…

Quiet, Please – An Attempt At Finding Myself

Music that’s unique, honest, and sticks in your head is music that ticks all of our boxes. That’s exactly what we found in the music of Dallas trio, Quiet, Please. Putting our…