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April 2020
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Enter Shikari ruminate on revenge with their new track, 'The King'

They've a new album due next month.
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Published: 1:27 pm, March 09, 2020
Enter Shikari ruminate on revenge with their new track, 'The King'

Enter Shikari have shared their new single, 'The King'.

It's the latest cut from their new album, 'Nothing Is True & Everything Is Possible', which is due for release on 17th April via their new label So Recordings.

Frontman Rou Reynolds says: "The King is about the fervent, rushed desire we as humans often have for revenge. It’s almost a lesson in patience and forgiveness. Not just lyrically, but also because of how much of a struggle this boisterous track was to make. The fiddly detail in the drum production, the weird guitar tones, the five different choruses I went through before finding the right one! We’re glad we stuck with it and tamed this beast and can’t wait to play it live."

The full-length is also accompanied by handful of release shows: Sheffield, Leadmill (10th April), Glasgow, St Lukes (19th), Liverpool, Invisible Wind Factory (20th), London, Subterania (22nd) and Bristol, SWX (23rd).

Check out ‘The King’ below.

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