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Estrons have debuted a new video for 'Strangers'

The band hit the road next week.
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Published: 8:56 pm, January 23, 2019
Estrons have debuted a new video for 'Strangers'

Estrons have shared a brand new video.

The clip is for 'Strangers', which features on last year's debut album 'You Say I'm Too Much, I Say You're Not Enough'.

Speaking about the clip, vocalist Tali Källström explains: "Strangers is about self-acceptance and finding the strength to grow and be on your own. The song takes us on a journey of self-sabotage, redemption, failure and success and how all of these experiences meld together to make us who we are. This video represents the different facets, the flaws, the strengths and the disparities we feel about ourselves and others during our day to day lives. It was important for us that we kept the video as a genuine reflection of who we are and the real-life things that we do, breaking the fourth wall, allowing the audience to empathise with the genuine emotion and meaning of the song. We hope you like it."

The band hit the road next week, before a stint on the road supporting Frank Carter and the Rattlesnakes and their own spring UK tour.

You can check out the video for 'Strangers' below.

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