Enter Shikari Have Released A Beautiful Russian Tour Documentary
St Albans heroes Enter Shikari have just unveiled a brilliant and beautiful new tour documentary from their time in Russia.
Titled Further East, the extensive hour-long film was directed by Tom Pullen and features footage from the band’s huge Stop The Clocks Tour, as well as Shikari’s appearance on Russia’s prestigious Evening Urgant TV show, and just a ton of gorgeous scenery that’ll make you want to pack your bags and go there on holiday immediately.
“We always look forward to playing Russia as the fans are always so fantastic,” says drummer Rob Rolfe. “We had so much fun on this tour. It was wonderful to see old friends, and make new ones, in places like St Petersburg, Moscow and Ekaterinburg, and it was a great to have the chance to visit cities we’ve never been to before.”
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“It was wonderful to visit new places in Russia and still receive such a warm welcome,” adds frontman Rou Reynolds. “The shows were so exciting, and visiting places like Lake Baikal was exhilarating. I hope our love of the country and it’s people comes across in Tom’s film, and of course we hope everyone enjoys it.”
Watch Further East right now via Russian social network VK.
If that’s not enough Shikari fun for you, check out this Kerrang!-shot set of the band’s performance in Brooklyn dive bar Saint Vitus.
What. A. Band.
Enter Shikari’s only upcoming shows scheduled are:
5 Melbourne, Australia – Croxton Bandroom
18 – 20 Belgium, Europe – Graspop Festival
16 Germany, Europe – Deichbrand Festival
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