The Wales based alt-rockers E S T R O N S are set to release their début EP Whoever She Was… on the 11th of December.
E S T R O N S – Make A Man – artwork
From the forthcoming EP – Make A Man – which is itself being released as a single on the 4th of December is a bubbling glass of fizz as E S T R O N S deliver their tightly compressed signature sound of machine-gun drums and frenetic six and four string guitars which have the listener pogoing in joyful abandon. The vocal, as always adds a different texture to the sound with its expressive subtext giving E S T R O N S the ability to provide music that has power as well as poise.
Rapidly gaining broader attention Whoever She Was… will, with fortune, enable E S T R O N S to break to a more international fan-base.
E S T R O N S based in Cardiff, Wales, is the alt-rock quartet of Taliesyn Källström, Hugh Parry, James Keeley and Rhodri Daniel.
E S T R O N S
Formed a couple of years ago E S T R O N S have spent much of their time garnering a live audience, playing across much of the country with their darkly dampened bass featuring strongly and as you know a prominent bass is always likely to capture my attention. Guitar glides spectrally across the room adding dichotomies that sheer the ears like sparks from a grinding axe, whilst a precise percussion pulsates inside the brain to which a soaring vocal delivers the furnishing in either Welsh or English excoriating of travails and spurious relationship.
E S T R O N S deliver compositions which captivate the audience with their doom laden temperament which wraps folds around the head whilst in the background muffle lays a beacon of light guiding towards a far off route of escape.
After a short break in which Taliesyn gave birth, they have an almost eponymous single set for release on the 6th April Aliens. Were the band named estroniaid then it would be eponymous, were they called estron and the single alien it would have been too. However, they aren’t and it isn’t – E S T R O N S, have a new track coming out – called Aliens, that finds them in a more shoegazy moment and why did I mention the birth of a child? Björn makes his début appearance in the closing frames of the accompanying video.