It was recorded at the same time as ‘Redshift’.
‘Live at Alexandra Palace’ is out November 4th.
BMTH’s show at The o2 just got a whole lot bigger.
As for what’s next, “It feels like it’s going to be Shikari Mark 2.”
The band played their biggest gig to date earlier this year.
They’ll be playing in support of new album ‘The Mindsweep’.
There’s also The Wonder Years, Architects, Twenty One Pilots and more.
All that and more, out on Wednesday (6th April)
The band revolutionise the live arena while The Wonder Years are as warm, inviting and unifying as ever.
Twenty new names join the bill for this summer’s Hevy Fest.
Enter Shikari head out on the road for some of their biggest headline shows to date.
The new addition joins fellow support acts, The Wonder Years and The King Blues.
Inside the new issue, out now, we get inside the mind of Panic! At The Disco’s crazy genius Brendon Urie.
The band’s upcoming live dates include a stop at London’s Alexandra Palace.
Rob Rolfe hates a day off.
Inside the new issue, out next Wednesday (10th February), we get inside the mind of Panic! At The Disco’s crazy genius Brendon Urie.
With their arena tour looming, Enter Shikari strip it back
The best tracks from the past week including The 1975, Enter Shikari, Tonight Alive and Weezer
From the tragic death of David Bowie to the announcement of Weezer’s 10th album, run through everything that’s happened in the past seven days.
The song is released ahead of the band’s UK tour with The Wonder Years and The King Blues.
So this came from nowhere. Enter Shikari dropped a brand new track ‘Redshift’ on Annie Mac’s BBC Radio 1 show earlier this evening.