Enter Shikari reveal new album Spark prior to UK arena kicking off in Liverpool

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Enter Shikari

Enter Shikari

Enter Shikari reveal details of their forthcoming album, Getintothis’ Amaan Khan prepares for an album release and UK wide tour. 

Enter Shikari have revealed an eight date UK arena tour calling Liverpool, Manchester and Birmingham.

Following the success of their Big Narstie collaboration SuperchargedEnter Shikari have revealed their latest single Live Outside from the upcoming album on Annie Mac‘s Radio 1 show as the ‘hottest record in the world’

Their next album The Spark is produced by David Kosten and has been advertised the band’s most personal and melodic work yet.

The album reflects front man Rou Reynold‘s battle with panic attacks that he came to terms with in 2015 which was followed with some self-medication that backfired.

Alongside, the album is connected with the social and political issues like BrexitTrump, terrorism and the dismantling of NHS.

Check out how things went down the last time Enter Shikari stopped by Liverpool

The much anticipated album will be released on September 22 and will be followed by an arena tour across UK – the band’s biggest UK tour as of yet.

The tour will kick off from Liverpool’s Echo Arena.

The tracklist for the The Spark is as follows:

1. The Spark
2. The Sights
3. Live Outside
4. Take My Country Back
5. Airfield
6. Rabble Rouser
7. Shinrin-yoku
8. Undercover Agents
9. The Revolt Of The Atoms
10. An Ode To Lost Jigsaw Pieces (in two movements)
11. The Embers
Enter Shikari‘s UK arena tour stops by:
November 16: Echo Arena, Liverpool
November 17: Motorpoint Arena, Cardiff
November 18: Motorpoint Arena, Nottingham
November 19: Metro Radio Arena, Newcastle
November 21: Victoria Warehouse, Manchester
November 22: Centre, Brighton
November 24: Barclaycard Arena, Birmingham
November 25: Alexandra Palace, London
Meanwhile, rising rock/grime collective Astroid Boys, who hail from Cardiff, will support Enter Shikari.
The band have revealed their new single Dirt taken from their debut album Broke which is due for release on September 29.

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