Estrons have announced they’ve called it a day.
The band blame “creative and personal differences” for the split, and have cancelled all their upcoming live shows, including sets at Wales Goes Pop!, Liverpool Sound City, and 2000trees.
"Estrons is over. This band was never supposed to last this long, but we're glad it did," they explain on Facebook.
"Estrons kind of means 'strangers' in the Welsh language, we met as strangers, became friends, became less, became more, then less.. now we leave as strangers again. We wrote some great songs together, crashed into towns and cities all over the world for some unforgettable gigs, and met some incredible people in every one of them.
"Estrons has been our lives for the past 5 years, its been tough but amazing, and we wouldn't trade it for anything.. 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.
"To every-one of you who ever bought or played our music, came to our shows or supported us in any way, Diolch/Thank-you so much. To anyone reading this, we hope we brought you a fraction of the happiness that your support gave us."
Estrons released their debut album ‘You Say I'm Too Much, I Say You're Not Enough’ last autumn.