Estrons premiere stunning album track "Cameras" on BBC Radio 1 - Annie Mac Live

Speaking to Annie Mac on BBC Radio 1, Welsh indie guitar rockers Estrons announced that they are releasing their much anticipated debut album this autumn - on 5th October.

Titled You Say I'm Too Much, I Say You're not Enough, the Cardiff four piece spoke with excitement and emotion about their soon to be released debut.

Kicking their Radio 1 live session off in style, the band first played their current single Lilac followed by an exclusive premiere of Cameras which was then rounded off with a cover version of Black Coffee by All Saints. 

Always super committed to writing and performing own original material, the band have never played or performed a cover version of a song before, so this was also a first time. 

 Briefly describing how the band first got together, Tali, Rhodri, Steffan and Adam have been together since 2015. Tali, who had already been singing since early childhood, first met Rhodri on Womanby Street at Clwb Ifor Bach in Cardiff. From then on, things quickly took shape. 

Singer Tali told Annie Mac that the new song Cameras is about her son and "unconditional love". She described songwriting as being emotional, adding that sad songs including the works of Elliott Smith as well as more uplifting, energetic female artists such as Missy Elliott and Peaches have inspired the style of her songwriting.

Estrons also revealed that they are due to embark on a UK tour with tickets being released soon (details to follow). Asked to describe the band's live performances, Tali said “They are very energetic, it is lively, there is often broken equipment. It is emotional."