Acoustic Sets, Live Interviews And More: Enter Shikari Week Is Coming
Calling all Enter Shikari fans! Have we got a treat for you!
Next week, the St Albans genre-smashers will unleash their sixth full-length album, Nothing Is True & Everything Is Possible. It’s the most ambitious, most experimental, most awe-inspiring record Shikari have ever created, and thought a record of this scale deserved serious recognition. Which is why, over four days next week (let’s all take Monday off, eh?), we’ll be bringing you new and exclusive interviews, reviews and performances involving the band themselves.
We’ll be kicking off with our first Live! Tonight! At Home! session on Tuesday, as frontman Rou Reynolds invites us into his flat to watch him perform some Shikari songs acoustically for the first first time.
On Wednesday, we’ll be bringing you a mammoth longread feature, diving deep into the new record and the Technicolor vision behind it.
On Thursday, we’ll bring you a detailed review of Nothing Is True…, to get the real verdict on how it stacks up against the rest of their catalogue.
And on Friday, for the very first time, we’ll be interviewing Rou over Zoom for the first instalment of our Face-To-Face series – and you can join the room to ask your questions too! More details to be announced soon.
So, to recap, here’s what’s in store.
Tuesday April 14: Rou Reynolds acoustic session on Kerrang!‘s Facebook
Wednesday April 15: The ultimate, definitive story behind Nothing Is True & Everything Is Possible
Thursday April 16: Our feature-length review of Nothing Is True & Everything Is Possible
Friday April 17: A live interactive interview with Rou Reynolds in the Kerrang! Zoom Room
In the meantime, why not watch Enter Shikari at Kerrang!‘s super-intimate gig in Brooklyn last year?
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