Huge British rock mavericks Enter Shikari have announced their biggest arena tour to date with the incredible new ‘Supercharge’ track featuring grime legend Big Narstie. The single was premiered on Annie Mac’s BBC Radio 1 show as ‘Hottest Record In The World’ on Monday.
The 2017 UK Arena tour begins at Liverpool Arena on 16th November and finishes at Alexandra Palace on 25th November. Support comes from Lower Than Atlantis and Astroid Boys.
Listen to ‘Supercharge’ featuring grime legend Big Narstie BELOW:
Artist pre-sale tickets go on sale today, Wednesday 24th May, at 10am from www.entershikari.com/shows with the general sale on Friday 26th May at 10am.
The dynamic ‘Supercharge’ was penned last Summer when Reynolds and Big Narstie were introduced by mutual photographer friend Jordan Curtis Hughes. Reynolds then went on to produce the track, assisted by the bands live engineer Tim Morris and it was then mixed by David Kosten (Everything Everything / Bat For Lashes).
Rou Reynolds said:
“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 September, nailing his bars like a pro. I’m excited to get the track out into the world now.
Conversely, 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.”
The band headline Slam Dunk Festival this weekend and are currently working on new material.
2017 Tour Dates below:
Nov 16 – Liverpool, Arena
Nov 17 – Cardiff, Motorpoint Arena
Nov 18 – Nottingham, Motorpoint Arena
Nov 19 – Newcastle, Metro Radio Arena
Nov 21 – Manchester, Victoria Warehouse
Nov 22 – Brighton, Centre
Nov 24 – Birmingham, Barclaycard Arena
Nov 25 – London, Alexandra Palace
Nov 29 – Amsterdam, AFAS Live
Dec 1 – Luxembourg, Den Atelier
Dec 2 – Paris, Elysee Montmartre
Dec 3 – Cologne, Palladium
Dec 5 – Hamburg, Mehr Theatre
Dec 6 – Copenhagen, Amager bio
Dec 7 – Berlin, Huxleys
Dec 8 – Warsaw, Proxima
Dec 11 – Vienna, Arena
Dec 12 – Munich, Tonhalle