After pushing back their 2020 Nothing Is True & Everything Is Possible UK and European tour to 2021, Enter Shikari will be touring their sixth album later this year and into 2022. Today they unveil Trash Boat and Wargasm will support on the band’s European tour, which is now set to kick off in Hamburg on January 28th, 2022.
Tickets for all shows are available from http://www.entershikari.com/shows
Alongside the support announcement, the St Albans mob have announced a special intimate show at Budapest’s A38 as part of MTV’s Awards week that will take place at the A38 in Budapest, Hungary on November 10th, 2021.
“We can’t wait to get back into Europe and play some shows for some of our favourite audiences again, AND we’ll be bringing Trash Boat and Wargasm with us; two of the most exciting British bands out there right now”.
In February 2020, Enter Shikari announced the April release of their 6th album, “Nothing Is True & Everything Is Possible”, scheduled for April 17th via So Recordings. The album was preceded by the single / music video “The Dreamer’s Hotel” which arrived to a favourable reception beyond anyone’s expectations.
Upon its release,”Nothing Is True…” was greeted by (largely) across-the-board critical acclaim and ultimately landed the band their highest ever (thus far) UK album chart position, ending up at #2 in the final official OCC album chart of release week.
Summer 2020 saw the band announce a partnership/shirt sponsorship with local football team St Albans City FC, as well as releasing “Live At Ancienne Belgique” a digital download live album from the final show of the Stop The Clocks Tour, with all proceeds donated to the Enter Shikari road crew, who had found themselves without work due to Covid-19. A limited-edition pink vinyl 2xLP version followed.
As 2020 drew to a close, Enter Shikari were honored as one of Rock Sound Magazine’s three “Class Of 2020” cover stars, while “Nothing Is True & Everything Is Possible” earned #5 in Kerrang! Magazine’s “50 Greatest Albums of 2020” as chosen by the magazine’s writers, and #1 in the 2020 Kerrang Reader’s Poll “Album Of The Year” category.
While 2021 has largely been, so far, spent preparing for touring later in the year, the band did find time to unveil the “surprise” streaming album “Moratorium (Broadcasts From The Interruption)”, to be followed in late summer 2021 with physical LP & CD formats. In July 2021, the band broadcast a live-in-the-studio film entitled “Live At Vada”, showing the movie four times across four timezones in one night, to accompany the publication of Rou Reynolds fourth book “A Treatise On Possibility”.
At the time of writing, Enter Shikari are preparing for touring, which will see them cross the UK, Europe and North America between November 2021 – April 2022.
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