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Their first new music in 2024, today Enter Shikari has returned with their latest single, ‘Losing My Grip’, featuring Fever 333’s Jason Butler. The single follows from Enter Shikari’s biggest year to date, which saw the band receive their first UK Number 1 album with A Kiss For The Whole World – and the announcement of a world tour. 

The single showcases the band’s collaborative talents, having in the last year alone made music with the likes of AViVA, Cody Frost, WARGASM, and You Me At Six. Speaking of the collaboration, lead singer, and producer, Rou Reynolds states, ‘We’ve known [Fever 333 lead singer] Jason for years now and have toured much of the world together. I think we always thought that it’d be great to collaborate on something when the right opportunity surfaced. This track certainly felt right. It required a thoughtful intensity, which Jason provides effortlessly in whatever he sets his mind to. We can’t wait to take Fever 333 out on our UK and Europe tour, it’s been too long since we shared a stage.’

He continues, that the track, ‘Losing My Grip oscillates between our favourite and foundational genre influences; Drum and Bass and hardcore punk. Lyrically, it’s about the immense power that our species now wields, and the pressure and weight that that adds to our lives. We’re the only species capable of destroying itself (and all others) completely and, increasingly, it appears as though we’re only too willing. Losing My Grip is about fighting to stay sane while living in a deeply and dangerously flawed system.

Enter Shikari are set to continue their world tour in the UK and Europe this February and March – with £1 from every ticket sale being donated to the Music Venue Trust. 

Enter Shikari Tour Dates

UK February 2024 (support from Fever 333 and Noah Finnce)

  • 09 Feb – First Direct Arena, Leeds, UK
  • 10 Feb – Motorpoint Arena, Nottingham, UK – FINAL TICKETS
  • 12 Feb – O2 Academy, Edinburgh, UK – FINAL TICKETS
  • 14 Feb – O2 Victoria Warehouse, Manchester, UK
  • 15 Feb – O2 Victoria Warehouse, Manchester, UK
  • 16 Feb – International Arena, Cardiff, UK
  • 17 Feb – OVO Arena Wembley, London, UK
  • Europe February 2024 (support from Fever 333 and Blackout Problems)
  • 19 Feb – AB, Brussels, BE – SOLD OUT
  • 21 Feb – Le Trianon, Paris, FR
  • 23 Feb – AFAS Live, Amsterdam, NL
  • 24 Feb – Palladium, Cologne, DE – SOLD OUT
  • 25 Feb – Sporthalle, Hamburg, DE
  • 27 Feb – Columbia Halle, Berlin, DE
  • 28 Feb – Zenith, Munich, DE

Ireland & UK March 2024

  • 21 Mar – The Academy, Dublin, IE
  • 22 Mar – The Academy, Dublin, IE – SOLD OUT
  • 23 Mar – Limelight, Belfast, NI – SOLD OUT

Katie Macbeth

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Katie Macbeth is a freelance music journalist for Indie Is Not A Genre based out of Manchester, presenter of @drunktankthink, and post punk enthusiast.



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