Estrons - 'Cameras'
The Welsh alt-rock outfit announce their highly-anticipated debut album, and release a new single lifted from the album.
The hotly-tipped alt-rock trio Estrons announced their debut album ‘You Say I’m Too Much, I Say You’re Not Enough’ which will be coming out October 5th. The record is a culmination of over two years of touring and hard work to craft and hone an unique sound that has been taken on by the band. It’s a sound of fiery passion, and is an identity carried by the band both on record and live.
This unmistakable passion is evident in the band’s recently released single ‘Cameras’. On the single, vocalist Tali sings a message to her son, meant to be read in the future. Opening with a jagged guitar line, the offset guitars are soon matched with on-beat cymbals, as listeners alternate between the two textures. A bass slowly creeps in, before Tali unveils passionate vocals on top of this rocky accompaniment. Here we hear the message of a mother to her son; ‘I will live a life for you. I’ll always win a fight for you. I’ll buy the day and night for you.’ As Tali explains, ‘Cameras’ is about ‘that one love that can’t be broken, no matter how many times people try to break it down.’
The passion climaxes as we hit the chorus, as the guitar chords becoming sustaining, and thrum on with conviction. The full power of the vocals are unleashed, as Tali hits high notes with such force that you can’t help but be blown away by her prowess. The combined intensity of the instrumentals and vocals will make this a deeply impactful chorus, piercing you and leaving its mark. An impassioned guitar dominates the bridge and the ending, as distant vocals accompany until the track slowly fades away to nothing. Although slightly different to the fiery, energetic Estrons tracks that fans have previously been treated to, there’s no doubt that the same fire and passion lies under this track.
Words by Athena Kam
Catch the band live at their upcoming dates.
04 Aug: Kent, UK - Neverworld Festival
09 Sep: Manchester, UK - Academy
11 Sep: Nottingham, UK - Rock City
12 Sep: Newcastle, UK - Northumbria
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