ROU REYNOLDS FOURTH BOOK “A TREATISE ON POSSIBILITY” RELEASED ON JULY 16TH
Enter Shikari will release a film ‘Live At Vada’ on 16th July, filmed recently at Vada Studios (the location of a lot of the tracking for ‘Nothing Is True & Everything Is Possible’), and directed by the band’s visual collaborator Tom Pullen. The live filmed set focuses on tracks from ‘Nothing Is True & Everything Is Possible’ and a selection of songs that are rarely played live, taken from their extensive back catalogue.
There will be four showings of the film starting at 8pm local time available to watch for 4 hours: London, New York, Los Angeles & Sydney (17th July). Tickets are available worldwide for whichever showing suits the viewers needs best, and there is no restriction on how many showings the viewer may attend.
The week following Enter Shikari’s headline set at the Download Festival Pilot (“Enter Shikari reconfirm their status as one of Britain’s best live bands” Kerrang!) saw many of their UK and European tour dates sell out, including London’s 10,000 capacity Alexandra Palace.
Friday 16th July will also see the publication of frontman Rou Reynolds’ new book for Faber Music, ‘A Treatise On Possibility’. The 287 page book features lyrics from ‘Nothing Is True & Everything Is Possible’, plus photos taken during the recording of the album, paired with an extensively researched deep-dive into the themes of the album.
July was also due to be the release date of the 2xLP / 2xCD deluxe editions of ‘Nothing Is True & Everything Is Possible’ and its companion piece ‘Moratorium (Broadcasts From The Interruption)’ but, unfortunately, a perfect storm of Brexit and Covid-19 has seen vinyl pressing plants worldwide suffering delays. The albums physical formats will now be released Friday 27th August, though both albums are already available digitally here.
January / February 2022 Tour dates and availability below:
31/01 AMSTERDAM (NL) – Melkweg – SOLD OUT
05/02 ANTWERPEN (BE) – Trix