Home / Estrella

Estrella

Since releasing their Debut Album – Come Out To Play – in May 2012, Scottish rockers Estrella have been touring Europe constantly earning themselves a well-deserved reputation as one of the best live up-and-coming British rock bands, as well as an ever increasing fanbase of loyal #EstrellaWarriors. Comprising brothers, Paul (frontman), Luke (lead guitar) and Nathan (bass guitar) Gunn along with drummer Leo McPherson, this band deliver their brand of 70s/80s infused rock – mixed with melody, riffs, thunderous beats and anthemic choruses - with irrepressible on-stage performances; where stunning lead guitar solos meet a captivating frontman and undoubtedly more than a hint of sibling showmanship rivalry! Media reviews frequently compare Estrella to the likes of Van Halen, Aerosmith and Def Leppard so it is no surprise this band are generating a real buzz within the European rock community. However, it is not only the band’s live performances that are making headlines. Since its release, Estrella’s award winning debut album has received excellent reviews in some of the leading rock magazines and websites. Produced by John T Sinclair (Ozzy Osbourne, Uriah Heep and The Cult), the album has seen significant sales and regular airplay not only in Europe but in the USA. For full radio airplay / discography click on www.estrellarocks.com. In June 2014, Estrella are heading to the infamous Rockfeld Studios in Wales to record their sophomore album. Steeped in musical history since 1965, Rockfeld has played host to Black Sabbath, Motorhead, The Darkness and it is where Queen recorded ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’. This is an extremely exciting time for these full-time musicians who certainly know how to ROCK!

INTERVIEW: Louis Carreon

Distinct and innovative, artist Louis Carreon is somewhat of a staple when it comes to LA street art. While recently signed to Philippe Hoerle-Guggenheim and HG Contemporary’s roster, as well as having several A-list celebrity clients, Carreon’s chill demeanor says it all: he makes art for the culture, not the …

Read More »