Best British Artist winners at the 2019 Rock Sound Awards, Enter Shikari, dominated the Good Things Festival stage in Australia over the weekend - and Georgia Moloney was on-hand to capture all the action.
It's a fascinating look at Russia, and the Enter Shikari machine.
"We’d love to be able to say that it’s not worth repressing this album because it’s not relevant anymore. But. Sadly…" - Enter Shikari frontman Rou Reynolds.
Over two days and three different stages, Enter Shikari broke the record for the most amount of live sets performed over Reading & Leeds Festival weekend by performing FIVE.
Enter Shikari pulled off a hat-trick over the weekend at Reading & Leeds Festival, and now hold the record for the most amount of sets performed over a single Reading & Leeds Festival weekend! Corinne Cumming was on hand to capture all the action from their Main Stage set.
Enter Shikari hit the BBC Introducing stage for a super secret, (sort of) intimate set on Saturday at Reading Festival 2019. Corinne Cumming saw it all.
Not entirely sure what's going on here? That makes two of us.
Four sets in a weekend? Two per day? No big deal for Enter Shikari.
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It's finally here!
The event will be in support of the Mental Health Foundation.
Their intimate Stop The Clocks run continues...
Enter Shikari near-enough burned the Avalanche Stage to the ground at Download Festival this weekend. This is what their hell-raising, heavy headline set looked like, courtesy of Carla Mundy.
Plus, what is in store for their HUGE festival shows this summer.
"This would have been something I would have loved from the bands that I listened to growing up, and would still love from bands I listen to now." - Enter Shikari frontman Rou Reynolds.
Enter Shikari frontman Rou Reynolds is releasing a new book - and we have five signed copies to give away.
Over the weekend Enter Shikari played Paris' Le Bataclan, and Corinne Cumming was on hand to capture all the action.
Shikari Sound System have delivered another banger!
MySpace was a truly magical place for a musician. A site where you could share your art, interact with your fans and become global superstars nearly overnight. A lot of bands cut their teeth on the site over the years. Here are some of them.
The band is in the middle of a HUGE tour of the country.