ESTRONS announce debut album “You Say I’m Too Much, I Say You’re Not Enough”

ESTRONS announce debut album "You Say I'm Too Much, I Say You're Not Enough"
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The hotly-tipped Welsh alt-rock outfit Estrons last night announced their much-anticipated debut album “You Say I’m Too Much, I Say You’re Not Enough” during a session for Annie Mac on Radio 1, which you can listen to here.

Coming October 5th, the record is the culmination of over two years hard touring and honing of a sound that has become theirs and theirs alone. Anthemic first single “Lilac” has already picked up a considerable fan and media attention, chosen by Huw Stephens as his Tune of the Week, alongside coverage at DIY, Dork, CLASH, NME, Kerrang!, Classic Rock and The I amongst others.

Today the band also release “Cameras”, on which Tali sings over jagged guitars a message to her son, meant to be read in the future, “I’ll always put a fight up for you, I’ll buy the day and night for you,” about, in her words, “that one love that can’t be broken, no matter how many times people try to break it down.”

Listen to “Cameras” – BELOW:

Estrons – You Say I’m Too Much, I Say You’re Not Enough

Tracklisting:

1. Lilac
2. Killing Your Love
3. Make A Man
4. Strangers
5. Body
6. Jade
7. Cameras
8. Jesus…
9. Aliens
10. Drop

You can catch the band live on the following dates:

21 Jul: Sheffield, UK – Tramlines Fringe Festival
28 Jul: Derbyshire, UK – Y Not Fesitval Festival
29 Jul: Cornwall, UK – Leopalooza Festival
04 Aug: Kent, UK – Neverworld Festival
09 Sep: Manchester, UK – Academy*
11 Sep: Nottingham, UK – Rock City*
12 Sep: Newcastle, UK – Northumbria SU Institute*
19 Sep: Paris, FR – L’Olympic Café
20 Sep: Rotterdam, NL – V11
21 Sep: Tilburg, NL – Cul De Sac, Psycho in Mind
22 Sep: Hamburg, DE – Reeperbahn
23 Sep: Berlin, DE – Maze
01 Nov: Leeds, UK – Belgrave Music Hall
02 Nov: Glasgow, UK – King Tut’s
03 Nov: Newcastle, UK – Think Tank
07 Nov: Manchester, UK – Soup Kitchen
08 Nov: Bristol, UK – Louisiana
09 Nov: Nottingham, UK – Bodega
14 Nov: Exeter, UK – Cavern
15 Nov: Birmingham, UK – Castle & Falcon
16 Nov: Brighton, UK – Green Door Store
17 Nov: Caernarfon, UK – Galeri
23 Nov: Carmarthen, UK – The Parrot
06 Dec: Cardiff, UK – Globe
07 Feb: London, UK – Scala

* Supporting Garbage

Tickets available HERE

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