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Enter Shikari's new album 'Nothing Is True & Everything Is Possible' is coming this April

They've also dropped a new single, and announced some live shows.
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Published: 9:16 pm, February 10, 2020 Photos: Derek Ridgers.
Enter Shikari's new album 'Nothing Is True & Everything Is Possible' is coming this April

Enter Shikari have announced their new album, 'Nothing Is True & Everything Is Possible'.

Due for release on 17th April via their new label So Recordings, the record is preceded by lead single ‘{ The Dreamers Hotel }’, and a handful of release shows: Sheffield, Leadmill (10th April), Glasgow, St Lukes (19th), Liverpool, Invisible Wind Factory (20th), London, Subterania (22nd) and Bristol, SWX (23rd).

Frontman Rou Reynolds comments: "Looking at all we had achieved, gave us a better sense of perspective and confidence... What are we capable of? What is possible? These questions are part of Shikari's DNA. But now we reflect a society where possibility itself has drifted from something of optimistic opportunity to something quite frightening."

Check out ‘{ The Dreamers Hotel }’ below.

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