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3 Exclusive Enter Shikari gigs announced

Enter Shikari are promoting their new single with 3 intimate gigs in London and Leeds, followed by a full tour in March

To coincide with the release of Arguing With Thermometers, the second single to be taken off Enter Shikari’s forthcoming album A Flash Flood of Colour, the band have announced a series of small scale gigs on the week of the release.  Playing in the intimate confines of London’s Borderline and Kingston Hippodrome venues, as well as The Cockpit on Leeds, the band are also scheduled for some instore signings at HMV Leicester and St Albans.

The single itself (listen below) deals with that old pop staple, the ignorance of climate change denial. The band chuck about 7 genres in the pot, give it a whisk, and miraculously emerge with something that doesn't sound like a total mess. If you want to hear them raging away live, then tickets for the gigs are available through www.entershakari.com. Don’t delay as they’re going to go pretty fast...! A tour proper is planned for March. Dates for both run of gigs are as follows-

January

Monday 16th - London - Borderline
Tuesday 17th - Kingston - Hippodrome
Wednesday 18th - Leeds - Cockpit
Thursday 19th - HMV Leicester (instore signing)
Friday 20th - HMV St Albans (instore signing)

A proper run of UK shows is already on sale for MARCH -
Saturday 17th - Edinburgh - Corn Exchange
Sunday 18th - Hull - University
Monday 19th - Manchester - Apollo
Tuesday 20th - Wolverhampton - Civic Hall
Thursday 22nd - Plymouth - Pavilions
Friday 23rd - London - Hammersmith Apollo

And here's a blast of the hardcore-punk-dubstep-rap-death fusion of the single


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