|Genres||Rock, Alternative, Emo, Punk/Pop|
|Years active||2001 - present|
|Associated acts||Doug Walker, Jamie Hill, Why?|
|Jamie Hill, Mark Hamilton, Andy Davis, Ed Powell|
|Kevin Sefton, Ron Knights|
The band's Christian faith impacts their music and performances, making them a "four piece rock band with solid mainstream appeal" according to independent industry magazine The Hit Sheet, which featured Quench's Bring The Summer In on one of their compilation CDs.
Quench grew out of Christian folk band Why?. Singer Jamie Hill and drummer Andy Davis then started a new rock project without the folk influences of Why? and joined by guitarist Kevin Sefton and bassist Ron Knights, they formed Quench (originally under the working title of 4 Real).
In 2002, guitarist Kevin Sefton left the band and Mark Hamilton was recruited to replace him. Mark brought a harder edge to the band which drew them away from their early Punk/Pop influences into a more Emo direction, drawing influence from bands like Jimmy Eat World, Lostprophets and Finch in their new sound.
Afterglow was recorded with producers Trevor Michael and Dave Lynch at Chapel Lane Studios in Hereford and ICC Studios in Eastbourne. The album was almost entirely arranged in the studio and the process of arranging, recording and mixing was achieved in just over three weeks.
Upon its release in the Spring of 2003, Afterglow received rave reviews from the music press including a 10/10 rating in Cross Rhythms Magazine. The album also won the Best UK Christian Album award at the 2003 UK Gospel Awards.
2007 saw Quench's return to record a new 4 track EP with rock producer Joe Gibb (Jane's Addiction, 3 Colours Red, Funeral For A Friend, Brigade, etc). The new EP was recorded in one week in January 2007 at Mighty Atom studios in Wales and mastered by Pete Maher at Topfloor Music. The Reality Radio EP was released in August 2008 exclusively as an iTunes download. Reality Radio has been released and scored an excellent review from Christian media outlet Cross Rhythms and CCM website Louder than the Music.
Several Quench songs have also featured on compilations including The Hit Sheet and Lemonaid.