After first exploding onto the scene last year, Welsh alt-rock trio Estrons have certainly made a lasting impression since then. Capitalising on their distinctive and chaotic sound, the outfit have spent the last few months building up a loyal and devout fanbase, all leading to this moment, the unveiling of their debut studio album 'You Say I'm Too Much, I Say You're Not Enough'. And from the start, this new release looks to cement them as one of the country's most exciting new bands.
Unlike many other bands who like to use their debut album to express a range of different emotions and aesthetics, Estrons only have one gear and that is to go headstrong into everything they do. The result leaves 'You Say I'm Too Much, I Say You're Not Enough' as a brutal juggernaut of high-power riffs, thunderous drums and an impassioned Tali Källström leading the group in a raucous cavalcade of raw and honest lyrics. This certainly seems like a band who know who they want to be, and have no difficulty in finding inspiration for their material.
It is fair to say that if you have enjoyed any Estrons singles from the last few months, then you'll be loving this new album. A succinct and cohesive release that manages to not only capture the sheer energy of this group, but gives them plenty of breathing room as to where to head in the future.