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Upcoming Enter Shikari tour is “still very DIY,” say the band

Enter Shikari’s tour with The Wonder Years and The King Blues later this month features some really massive dates, including a stop at London’s Alexandra Palace – but that doesn’t mean they’re relinquishing control, say the band.

“Even though it’s an arena scale tour, it’s still very DIY,” explains vocalist Rou Reynolds in the new issue of Upset. “We’re doing all the programming ourselves. I’m doing all the footage and the effects for the screens.”

“I’ve basically been in front of the screen coding for the last few months,” he adds, “and it’s going to be good to get out of the house to see the fruits of our labour on the big screen.”

18 Glasgow, O2 Academy
19 Edinburgh, Corn Exchange
20 Nottingham, Capital FM Arena
22 Bournemouth, International Centre
23 Cardiff, Motorpoint Arena
25 Manchester, Victoria Warehouse
27 London, Alexandra Palace

Read more from Enter Shikari in the new issue of Upset, out Wednesday 10th February. Pre-order your copy here – along with some back issues, if you like (they’re very good). It will also be available from our featured stockists.

This month’s mag is fronted by one of our favourite acts (isn’t that always the case?), Panic! At The Disco. Elsewhere we’ve got interviews with Tonight Alive, All Time Low, Josh Farro, Bury Tomorrow, Yuck, SWMRS and loads more.

Plus, Creeper’s Will Gould takes us inside new EP ‘The Stranger’.

Interview: Jack Glasscock.

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