Devonshire Green. Saturday — 16:45
In the short time the band have been performing, Estrons have achieved an immense amount off their own back. The band feature in The Guardian’s “Future 50 Artists of 2017” as well as DIY Magazine’s “Class of 2017”. In 2016 the toured alongside the likes of Slaves and Dilly Dally, played dates at major festivals including Latitude and SXSW, racked up hundreds of thousands of Spotify streams and received incredible support at radio with ‘I’m Not Your Girl’, with repeated plays from the likes of Huw Stephens, Phil Taggart and Annie Mac at BBC Radio 1, as well reaching the playlists of Beats 1 and Radio X.
Known for their fiery live shows, Estrons music is as melodic as it is hard-hitting, with each track containing cutting lyrical observations from singer Talisyn Källström. Honest and forthright, Tali’s lyrics are served with bite and a knowing, sardonic humor, while their blend of razor sharp post-punk with high-octane alt. rock has seen them earn plaudits from the likes Noisey, NME, So Young and DIY.