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September 2019
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This is what Enter Shikari's return to Brixton Academy looked like

It's been ten years since the band last played the venue, but they're back with tricks aplenty
Published: 5:47 pm, January 21, 2019 Photos: Frances Beach.

Enter Shikari don't stop. They're relentless, constantly redefining their own edges and ambitions, with a playful recklessness behind every leap forward. 
After making themselves at home in arenas, their Stop The Clocks tour was a chance to return to something a little more intimate. That doesn't mean the band dialed back on those big, wonderful moments of excess though. 

This is what their party with fellow rock rule-breakers Black Peaks looked like.

This is what Enter Shikari's return to Brixton Academy looked like
This is what Enter Shikari's return to Brixton Academy looked like
This is what Enter Shikari's return to Brixton Academy looked like
This is what Enter Shikari's return to Brixton Academy looked like
This is what Enter Shikari's return to Brixton Academy looked like
This is what Enter Shikari's return to Brixton Academy looked like
This is what Enter Shikari's return to Brixton Academy looked like
This is what Enter Shikari's return to Brixton Academy looked like
This is what Enter Shikari's return to Brixton Academy looked like
This is what Enter Shikari's return to Brixton Academy looked like
This is what Enter Shikari's return to Brixton Academy looked like
This is what Enter Shikari's return to Brixton Academy looked like
This is what Enter Shikari's return to Brixton Academy looked like
This is what Enter Shikari's return to Brixton Academy looked like
This is what Enter Shikari's return to Brixton Academy looked like
This is what Enter Shikari's return to Brixton Academy looked like
This is what Enter Shikari's return to Brixton Academy looked like
This is what Enter Shikari's return to Brixton Academy looked like
This is what Enter Shikari's return to Brixton Academy looked like
This is what Enter Shikari's return to Brixton Academy looked like
This is what Enter Shikari's return to Brixton Academy looked like
This is what Enter Shikari's return to Brixton Academy looked like

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