Welsh Alt-rock innovators Estrons have unleashed intense new single ‘Glasgow Kisses’, the first track of what’s to be a double A-side release. Marking a further step in the band’s development, ‘Glasgow Kisses’ is an answer to its predecessor ‘Strobe Lights’.
Meaning “strangers” in the Welsh language, Estrons’ approach to songwriting is inspred by feelings of estrangement, both to themselves and the comminites they come from. Showcasing singer Taliesyn Kallstrom’s ability to wash alienating and tomultious experiences clean through her lyrics, she describes the track as “a nursery rhyme about adult life. A bittersweet study of the fear of commitment and how people protect themselves by hiding their emotions.”
Estrons head out on tour next month with Mansun legend Paul Draper and play Cardiff’s Hoyfest alongside Pretty Vicious and Red Faces as well as Manchester’s Neighbourhood Festival w/ Peace, Rat Boy, Black Honey + lots more.
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