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Enter Shikari launch sci-fi inspired lyric video for Supercharge

Watch Enter Shikari’s lyric video for their new track Supercharge featuring Big Narstie

Enter Shikari have released a sci-fi inspired lyric video for their new track Supercharge.

The song first came to light last month and sees vocalist Rou Reynolds, bassist Chris Batten, drummer Rob Rolfe and guitarist Liam Clewlow team up with Big Narstie for the track, after Reynolds and the UK grime MC were introduced by mutual photographer friend Jordan Curtis Hughes.

Reynolds says: “I started writing a lot of new music at the start of 2016. Supercharge emerged after a pretty vicious cull, and we began getting excited about it as touring started to quiet down later in 2016.

“Through mutual friends here in London we got in touch with Narstie, who came down and hung at the studio in September, nailing his bars like a pro. I’m excited to get the track out into the world now.

Enter Shikari will resume their live dates next week in the Czech Republic and will head out on a European winter tour throughout November and December.

Reynolds said of the winter shows: "I am unable to articulate how excited I am for our next arena tour. We learnt so much last time around and are ready to change the game once more. It's going to be wicked having Lower Than Atlantis and Astroid Boys along for it, making for a really diverse and exciting evening.”

Find a full list of their live dates below.

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Enter Shikari 2017 tour dates

Jun 11: Prague Aerodrome Festival, Czech Republic
Jun 24: Saarwellingen Rock Camp Festival, Germany
Jun 30: Sopron Volt Festival, Hungary
Jul 07: Lugo Resurrection Festival, Spain
Aug 05: Horb Am Neckar Mini-Rock Festival, Germany
Aug 17: Hasselt Pukkelpop, Belgium
Aug 23: Szeged Szin Festival, Hungary
Nov 16: Liverpool Arena, UK
Nov 17: Cardiff Motorpoint Arena, UK
Nov 18: Nottingham Motorpoint Arena, UK
Nov 19: Newcastle Metro Radio Arena, UK
Nov 21: Manchester Victoria Warehouse, UK
Nov 22: Brighton Centre, UK
Nov 24: Birmingham Barclaycard Arena, UK
Nov 25: London Alexandra Palace, UK
Nov 29: Amsterdam AFAS Live, Netherlands
Dec 01: Luxembourg Den Atelier, Luxembourg
Dec 02: Paris Elysee Montmartre, France
Dec 03: Cologne Palladium, Germany
Dec 05: Hamburg Mehr Theatre, Germany
Dec 06: Copenhagen Amager Bio, Denmark
Dec 07: Berlin Huxleys, Germany
Dec 08: Warsaw Proxima, Poland
Dec 11: Vienna Arena, Austria
Dec 12: Munich Tonhalle, Germany

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