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September 2019
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Estrons have called it a day and cancelled all their upcoming tour dates

They've new projects on the way, though.
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Published: 1:36 pm, February 20, 2019Words: Sam Taylor.
Estrons have called it a day and cancelled all their upcoming tour dates

Estrons have announced they’ve split up.

The band - who released their debut album ‘You Say I'm Too Much, I Say You're Not Enough’ last autumn - cite “creative and personal differences”, and have cancelled all their upcoming live shows.

“Estrons has been our lives for the past 5 years, its been tough but amazing, and we wouldn't trade it for anything,” they explain in a statement. “Creative and personal differences made us what we were, it only makes sense that they now make us what we are - Strangers.

“We're sorry to cancel all upcoming tours, all tickets will be refundable. We will all be back soon with new projects that we're excited about.”

The cancelled shows include a load of touring throughout spring, Wales Goes Pop!, Liverpool Sound City, and 2000trees.

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