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Listen To Enter Shikari’s Huge New Song, THE GREAT UNKNOWN

Enter Shikari have dropped another new track from their upcoming album Nothing Is True & Everything Is Possible.

Enter Shikaris highly-anticipated new album Nothing Is True & Everything Is Possible is just around the corner now, and following the release of { The Dreamer’s Hotel }, The King and T.I.N.A., the band have just unveiled another new track from the record. 

Their latest effort, THE GREAT UNKNOWN, opens up the entire album, and clearly sets the precedent for the genre-defying music that will follow it. Possibility is the central theme of the album, lyrically, but it also is musically, too,” frontman Rou Reynolds tells Kerrang! of the sound of album number six. We’ve pushed further and asked ourselves, Where can we go? Let’s fucking go there!’

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One track is a symphonic orchestral piece, but then there are other tracks that wouldn’t sound out of place on our first album, [2007’s] Take To The Skies. I think one thing about this album that’s slightly different is that we set out to make something that encapsulates everything that Shikari have done. This album is more broad, and there’s more confidence in the songwriting. Plus, I produced it, so it gave us more attention to detail. There are more hours that have been put into this album than any other – a lot more sweat, toil, and crippling indecision!”

Notably, Rou also produced Nothing Is True & Everything Is Possible himself, explaining of his reasoning behind taking on this extra workload: It just got to the point where it wasn’t even a question. I’ve learned so much about production, and co-producing the last one was a confidence boost. Also, you wouldn’t say to a mum, Why did you decide to bring up your kid?’ (laughs). As a songwriter, you’ve birthed the kid, and then to have someone else bring it up would be unthinkable! It was like, There’s no way I can let someone else in now.’ There’s a lot of depth to what we do, and it requires a real dedication that I just wouldn’t feel comfortable asking from anyone else.”

Check out THE GREAT UNKNOWN below:

Catch Enter Shikari live at the following dates this year:


1 Ukraine, Lviv – Fest Republic
2 Ukraine, Kiev – Bingo Club
4 Belarus, Minsk – Prime Hall
5 Latvia, Riga – Melna Piektdiena
6 Estonia, Talinn – Helitehas
8 Russia, Moscow – Adrenaline Stadium
10 Russia, St Petersburg – A2 Green Concert
12 Finland, Helsinki – Tavastia
13 Finland, Tamprere – Klubi
16 Sweden, Stockholm – Fryhuset
17 Norway, Oslo – John Dee
18 Sweden, Gothenburg – Pustervik
19 Denmark, Copenhagen – Pumpehuset
21 Poland, Warsaw – Palladium
22 Poland, Krakow – Kwadrat


11 UK, Southampton – Guildhall
12 UK, Manchester – Victoria Warehouse
13 UK, Cardiff – Great Hall
14 UK, London – Alexandra Palace
16 UK Middlesbrough – Town Hall
18 UK, Edinburgh – Usher Hall
19 UK, Nottingham – Rock City
20 UK, Nottingham – Rock City
21 UK, Birmingham – O2 Academy


1 Belgium, Antwerp – Trix
4 Germany, Berlin – Columbia Halle
5 Germany, Cologne – Palladium
6 Germany, Stuttgart – LKA Longhorn
8 Switzerland, Zurich – Xtra
9 Germany, Munich – TonHalle
10 Germany, Offenbach – Stadthalle
12 Netherlands, Amsterdam – Melkweg

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Posted on April 9th 2020, 10:53a.m.
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