Meaning “strangers” in the Welsh language, Estrons’ approach to songwriting is inspred by feelings of estrangement, both to themselves and the comminites they come from. Showcasing singer Taliesyn Kallstrom’s ability to wash alienating and tumultuous experiences clean through her lyrics, she describes latest single ‘Glasgow Kisses' as “a nursery rhyme about adult life. A bittersweet study of the fear of commitment and how people protect themselves by hiding their emotions.”
'Glasgow Kisses’ continues the band’s string of impressive singles & EPs, which have been independently released on their own label Gofod Records, as they write toward their debut album. BBC Radio 1 & 6Music favourite ‘Strobe Lights’ was released in April of last year, with official video in tow.
The band are living up to the praise heaped upon them by the likes of DIY, Guardian, Noisey, Sunday Times and NME, while garnering hundreds of thousands of streams with each new track they release. The trio recently toured alongside Honeyblood, The Amazons, Slaves, while headlining to packed rooms on their recent Autumn headline tour.
- ENNO BUNGER