Estrons tickets

Estrons Tickets

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EstronsGulliversManchester19:30View
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Estrons and The Bay RaysSunflower LoungeBirmingham19:30View
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EstronsThe CookieLeicester20:00View
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EstronsThe BodegaNottingham19:00View
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Raucously exciting new bad Estrons are causing a storm with their punchy politically charged new sound. Ferocious and influenced by the energy of garage Rock with the creative anger of riot grrl, Estrons are set for big things in 2016.

The word Estrons is Welsh for Aliens. A very apt name considering the nature of the band. They formed after a chance meeting on a beach of the Canadian-Swede singer Taliesyn Kallström with guitarist Rhodri Daniel, drummer Hugh Parry and James Keeley on bass.

The band have enjoyed massive airplay support from Annie Mac, Phil Taggart and Huw Stephens on BBC Radio 1, Steve Lamacq, Tom Robinson and Mark Radcliffe on BBC 6 Music plus Alex Baker on Kerrang!

Hit single Make A Man explores gender politics."It’s the story of a heterosexual female’s battle between desiring a man, whilst simultaneously finding herself having little respect for his self-important ego and misogynistic attitude towards women. She retaliates by objectifying him to herself. ” explains Källström.

Estrons tickets are on sale now.

See them embark on their amazing UK tour calling at Louisiana in Bristol, Gullivers in Manchester, The Cookie in Leicester and Nottingham’s Bodega Social.

Concert tickets are always limited so book early to avoid disappointment.

Every so often a rough diamond comes out, this came from BBC Intro Wales, such a tight band” - Phil Taggart R1

They met in a chance encounter on a beach in Aberystwyth, that’s pretty random” - Steve Lamacq, BBC 6 Music

Called Estrons that is the Welsh for ’aliens’, they met on a beach, they now live in Cardiff” - Annie Mac, Radio 1

ESTRONS sounds like it should be something intergalactic. Yeah Good and noisy! ” - Mark Radcliffe, 6 Music

Brand new to the show, there’s a certain surf rock to their bluesy - rock sound” - Alex Baker, Kerrang! Radio

Single of the year. I’m not joking (it wouldn’t be funny) or exaggerating” - Adam Walton, BBC Intro Wales

How good is that? That is fantastic! You’ll definitely be hearing that again soon” - John Kennedy, Radio X

Good to go with today’s band, I like the fact they met on a beach” - Dan O’Connell, Radio X

This band is called ESTRONS. They’re really special” - Huw Stephens, BBC R1

It’s so good! Currently unsigned! ” - Annie Mac BBC Radio 1

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