You Say I'm Too Much, I Say You're Not Enough

Estrons - You Say I'm Too Much, I Say You're Not Enough
Critic Score
Based on 7 reviews
2018 Ratings: #413 / 719
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Based on 12 ratings
October 5, 2018 / Release Date
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Gofod / Label
Indie Rock / Genres
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CRITIC REVIEWS

80
Dork
This is one of those albums where every track will be a live favourite, each bringing together a thrilling clash of sounds and styles.
80
The Independent
If there is a recurring theme on this album, it’s rage. The band seem perpetually angry: they shout and sneer at misogynists, fragile male egos and themselves. No one is safe from the firing line, and that’s a big part of the fun.
80
DIY
‘You Say I’m Too Much…’ boasts ten impeccable tracks that could all stride confidently out as a lead single. It shouldn’t be made to look quite this easy.
80
God Is in the TV
They do offer a pleasant blast off, away from the hectic and humdrum of the day-to-day into a more pleasingly hectic temporary universe.
80
NME
While far from revolutionary, the band sound like they’re going to war; breakneck rhythms and razor guitar lines meet monolithic choruses, proving punk can be pop without going bubblegum. Everyone loves an outsider, though Estrons could well break through with this stellar debut.
70
Clash
Often described as anything from pop to punk, Estrons' sound touches grunge, 90’s Brit-Rock and yes, both pop and punk, bringing them together into something familiar but distinctive. Not exactly revolutionary but never pretending to be.
40
The Skinny
We’re conflicted – Estrons are by no means bad, they’re just unpalatable in large doses. The album is like a doner kebab; one every blue moon is enjoyable, one every night and you start to recognise the less savoury elements.
84
A raw, passionate punk record that addresses a feminist critique on masculinity, which is needed in this day and age.

Favorite tracks: Lilac, Make a Man, Strangers, Body, Jade, Drop
PipePanic
72
It's heavy, beautiful, dark, light, fun, sad, noisy, catchy, fun and absolutely entertaining art-punk. With the scratchiness of a Idles record, backed by the catchy vocals of a No Doubt record, it's a combination that creates beautifully chaotic sounds, and it's damn enthralling to listen to, with almost each track making me actually gasp. It showcases the themes of the cover beautifully, with the beauty and cleanness being paired with the fiery chaos of the instrumentation. At only 33 minutes, ... read more
mj04
85
Fantastic debut!
myloveiscool
65
Fiery indie-rock album, doesn't standout amongst it's piers but delivers strong rage-filled indie-goodness.

Standouts: Lilac, Body

6.5/10. Pretty decent.
73
If Paramore was a noisy indie rock band. Pretty enjoyable overall.

Best: Aliens, Killing Your Love
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Track List

  1. Lilac
  2. Killing Your Love
  3. Make a Man
  4. Strangers
  5. Body
  6. Jade
  7. Cameras
  8. Jesus...
  9. Aliens
  10. Drop
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