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Enter Shikari announce “smaller, sweatier” winter 2024 UK tour dates

Enter Shikari have announced a run of “smaller, sweatier” shows for later this year.

After they played a massive UK arena tour earlier this year, and are set to perform on the main stage of Download Festival this weekend, the band are set to round out the year by returning to some towns and venues they haven’t played as frequently.

“People often travel considerable distances to come to live shows, so we feel it’s important for us to make the effort as well sometimes and play places that your standard tour wouldn’t normally,” frontman Rou Reynolds said in a press release.

“On this run we’ve got some smaller stops that we haven’t played in ages, sandwiched in with cities like Birmingham, Liverpool, and Glasgow, that we didn’t get to visit on our arena tour.

“As much as we love the bigger rooms it’s going to be killer to play some smaller sweatier places again, and as these will be our last UK shows for quite a while, we couldn’t go into hiding without one last visit to the Barras!”

The tour is similar in size and scope to their 2013 ‘Return To Energiser’ tour, which saw the band play a range of smaller towns, including a show on Weston-Super-Mare’s pier.

To coincide with the announcement Enter Shikari also shared a live video of them performing recent single ‘Losing My Grip’ featuring a guest appearance from Fever 333’s Jason Aalon Butler.

“Preparing our production for the arena tour was so intense that we never got to make a music video for ‘Losing My Grip’. So it was fortuitous that with Fever on the tour we could do it in style… with Jason, drone cameras, full production, and 10,000 legends as extras,” Reynolds added.

“It was the first time drones have been allowed to swoop around Wembley arena and capture the chaos of our audience from above. Our team captured some truly incredible footage.”

Tickets go on general sale at 10am on June 19, with a fan club presale starting on June 17, also at 10am. You can buy yours here and check out the full list of dates below. Support will come from Teenage Wrist.

26 – Torquay, Foundry
28 – Sheffield, Octagon
29 – Liverpool, Mountford Hall
30 – Boston, Gliderdrome

1 – Norwich, UEA
3 – Glasgow, Barrowland
4 – Stockton, Globe
6 – Birmingham, O2 Academy
7 – Folkestone, Lees Cliff Hall 

In March, meanwhile, Reynolds joined Pendulum on stage at The O2 in London to perform a version of ‘Sorry, You’re Not a Winner’, the 2007 Enter Shikari song that Pendulum have previously incorporated in their live sets.

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