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Then, next year they'll be hitting the road in Europe, carrying on their Nothing Is True… run in Amsterdam, Hamburg, Berlin, Cologne, Antwerp, Zurich, Stuttgart, Munich and Offenbach in January and February.
When asked by Kerrang! late last year how the band have coped with not playing shows for such a long time now amid the coronavirus pandemic, frontman Rou Reynolds explained, "Essentially we’ve experienced the death of Enter Shikari to some degree. I was watching Muppets Christmas Carol the other day and how Scrooge gets to see the past, present and future, and it’s been a bit like that. We haven’t died, but we’re just sitting here watching and reminiscing on what has happened. Certainly near the beginning of the pandemic it was like, 'Are we ever going to play again? What’s going to happen?’
"I like to think when we get to play shows again there’s going to be such a level of gratitude for what we do. Regardless of how conscious and noble you want to be about it, halfway through a three-month tour you do start to take it for granted and forget what an amazing thing this is that you’re able to do. I hope now that we’ve been starved of that connection, starved of playing together and having those moments of all four of us acting as one with the audience, I’m hoping that I’ll never take it for granted again.”