Enter Shikari Release Live Video of ‘Redshift’ from Ally Pally

Enter Shikari today unveil a live video for recent single ‘Redshift’, recorded at the bands biggest headline show to date at London’s Alexandra Palace.
Whilst plans were afoot to release the whole show visually in some way or another, technology had other ideas; and so the band members jumped in to salvage what they could, in the DIY fashion that has become their stock-in-trade.
We’ll let frontman Rou Reynolds elaborate :
“After such a spectacle, we decided to cobble together and edit the footage from the jumbotrons on the night. Unfortunately a lot of the crowd footage was warped and unusable, but we were only able to put together one great track rather a whole show, but we hope this’ll give yous an idea of the energy on the night. As I edited the video, Rory and our engineer / foxy hunk Tim Morris edited the audio too.

Being such a DIY tour  – programming the video screen content and 4.1 surround sound mix ourselves, for example – it seems only right and proper that we apply that approach to the documentation of the show too. Victory snatched from the jaws of defeat, and all that”.

Full audio from the show does, however, exist. It is currently at mixing stage and will move into the “what are we doing with it now we have it?” stage very soon.
Enter Shikari BMTH-13
Enter Shikari are spending the summer appearing at various European festivals (including a one-off 5000 capacity outdoor headline show in Budapest, Hungary), and will end their working year with tours of Japan & Australia, while demoing new material filling in the gaps in the diary.

JULY
Tues 5th – Czech Republic – Rock For People
Fri 15th – Romania – Electric Castle
Sat 30th – Russia – Amber Beach
AUGUST
Thur 11th – Latvia – Kubana
Fri 19th – Ukraine – Zaxidfest
Sat 20th – Germany – Rock Am See
Mon 22nd – Austria – And There Come The Wolves
Wed 24th – Hungary – Budapest Babanegra Track (headline show)
Thur 25th – Poland – Czad Festival
SEPTEMBER
Sat 3rd – Italy – Home Festival
Tues 6th – Japan – Tokyo (w/ Crossfaith + Beartooth + Noisemaker)
Thur 8th – Japan – Osaka (w/ Crossfaith + Beartooth + Noisemaker)
Fri 9th – Japan – Nagoya  (w/ Crossfaith + Beartooth + Noisemaker)
Sat 10th – Japan – Tokyo (w/ Crossfaith + Beartooth + Noisemaker)
Mon 19th – Australia – Melbourne (w/ Hacktivist + Stories)
Tues 20th – Australia – Brisbane (w/ Hacktivist + Stories)
Wed 21st – Australia – Sydney (w/ Hacktivist + Stories)
Thur 22nd – Australia – Adelaide (w/ Hacktivist + Stories)
Sat 24th – Australia – Fremantle (w/ Hacktivist + Stories)
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