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Watch Enter Shikari’s Full Set At Saint Vitus Bar In Brooklyn

Enter Shikari unleash chaos inside Brooklyn’s Saint Vitus Bar

Want to see one of the UK’s best rock bands kicking seven shades out of a dive bar in Brooklyn? Well we’ve got some good news – you can now watch Enter Shikaris headline set at Saint Vitus in its entirety below.

The sweat-filled room almost instantly explodes to the sound of a career-spanning set, leaning on the heavier, more energetic end of Shikari’s arsenal – firing out Slipshod, Juggernauts, Mothership and more. 

The surroundings aren’t really conducive to the subtleties of Airfield and its ilk,” wrote frontman Rou Reynolds in one of his Kerrang!-exclusive tour diaries. Despite the conditions being more cramped than us or our New York fans are maybe used to, every inch of space gets used, even if its just filled with sweat.”

You can watch the full 64-minute set below. Here’s the setlist Enter Shikari are packing.

Enter Shikari at Saint Vitus setlist

The Appeal & Mindsweep I
Arguing With Thermometers
Rabble Rouser
Quelle Surprise
Take My Country Back
There’s A Price On Your Head
Stop The Clocks

Quickfire Round
Sorry, You’re Not a Winner
No Sleep Tonight
The Last Garrison

Live Outside

Earlier this year, Rou stopped by Kerrang!‘s London HQ for a special interview in front of fans. Check it out below.

Posted on October 17th 2019, 7:30p.m.
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