“An ambitious record with countless layers and textures, so lovingly created (the art work is beautiful), that truly reaffirms the belief that great long plays are still being written and produced…sublime. - Stop the Lights review
— Louder than War
"What impressed me the most is how they managed to make each song sound individual and unique while still retaining that recognisable ‘The Walls’ sound".
"This album is storytelling at its best"
— The Sunday World
"From beginning to end the album has an energy and optimism that is compulsive – do yourself a favour and grab a copy….."
— WeAre Noise.com
"….a songwriting formula that is certainly concrete-solid…"
— The Irish Times
"Their capacity to craft catchy melodies certainly remains intact and Stop The Lights is arguably
their finest work to date."
— Alternative Ulster Magazine
"Stop The Lights’ may have been six years in the making but it was well worth the wait. The Wall’s are back with a bang"
— Golden Plec.com
"There's no debating their song-craft and you won't find many LP's as expertly put together as Stop the Lights".
— Metro Herald
"The third offering from The Walls is a finely-wrought assortment of slick sonic treats.......on Stop the Lights they push the boundaries of their craft: this is their most adventurous work to date…..Delightful".
HOT PRESS MAGAZINE
“So at an important point in their career, The Walls have made a great album. Two guitarists, bass and drum’s - music just doesn’t get any better than this. - New Dawn Breaking review
— SUBCULTURE MAGAZINE
““The Walls have always possessed an organic aura that makes them so darn likeable and they’ve successfully imbued this glow into the making of the record giving it that homely Wilco feeling…an album full of hooks, catchy choruses and stomping tunes”. - New Dawn Breaking review”
— TOTALLY DUBLIN
““an immediately impressive record on almost every level....well worth the wait” - New Dawn Breaking review”
— Hot Press magazine
““it contains the best work of their career” – New Dawn Breaking review.”