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Enter Shikari play the 'Rabble Rouser' on their new track

It’s lifted from ‘The Spark’, which is set to arrive next Friday, 22nd September.
Published: 9:04 am, September 13, 2017
Enter Shikari play the 'Rabble Rouser' on their new track
Enter Shikari are gearing up to release their new album, and they’ve debuted a new track from it.

Titled ‘Rabble Rouser’, the new cut was given a debut on Annie Mac’s BBC Radio 1 show last night.

It’s lifted from ‘The Spark’, which is set to arrive next Friday, 22nd September. A launch show for the record will take place the following day at The Rose Theatre in Kingston. They will play both songs from the album live for the first time, alongside tracks from their back catalogue.



Enter Shikari hit the road this November and December. You can catch them at:

NOVEMBER
16 Liverpool, Arena
17 Cardiff, Motorpoint Arena
18 Nottingham, Motorpoint Arena
19 Newcastle, Metro Radio Arena
21 Manchester, Victoria Warehouse
22 Brighton, Centre
24 Birmingham, Barclaycard Arena
25 London, Alexandra Palace
29 Amsterdam, AFAS Live
DECEMBER
1 Luxembourg, Den Atelier
2 Paris, Elysee Montmartre
3 Cologne, Palladium
5 Hamburg, Mehr Theatre
6 Copenhagen, Amager bio
7 Berlin, Huxleys
8 Warsaw, Proxima
9 Prague, Lucerna Music Bar
11 Vienna, Arena
12 Munich, Tonhalle
13 Fontaneto D’angona, Pala Phenomenon

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