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Np2018 Presents: Enter Shikari / Single Mothers, Milk Teeth

February 21, 2018
7:00 pm

Noise Pop 2018 Festival Presents: Enter Shikari at Slim's Wednesday, February 21, 2018 6pm Doors / 7pm Show / All Ages Join us for the 26th annual Noise Pop Festival! Phase one lineup is here: Tune-Yards o Real Estate o Black Rebel Motorcycle Club o Parquet Courts o San Fermin with The Magik*Magik Orchestra o WHY? o Ben UFO o Superchunk o Mount Eerie o Rostam o Bahamas o Cuco o Geographer o Bully o Girlpool o Enter Shikari o Japanese Breakfast o Jay Som o No Age o Bruno Major o Night Beats o Shallou o Sean Rowe o Carla Dal Forno o Single Mothers o Milk Teeth o Melkbelly o Dick Stusso o Hand Habits Buy individual tickets on Friday or an All entry badge now to get into all Noise Pop Festival shows! Since the Noise Pop debut in 1993, the Festival has featured many emerging performers who have gone on to wide acclaim, including The White Stripes, Modest Mouse, Death Cab for Cutie, The Flaming Lips, The Shins, Fleet Foxes, and Bright Eyes. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 'The Spark' is an ambitious, inspiring piece of work that poignantly reflects their legendary career rise to have become one of the biggest and most exciting bands the UK has ever seen. Following 4 seminal albums of which 3 have been Top 10, 'The Spark' is produced by David Kosten (Everything Everything, Bat For Lashes), and is Shikari's most melodic and personal album to date; a soundtrack to our tumultuous world, a record for everyone who's filled with frustration but hasn't lost the capacity for hope. "The spark is a new connection, a new beginning," says maverick frontman Rou Reynolds. "It can be short and insignificant, but it can create something so significant. The spark is that light at the end of the tunnel - when everything seems to be falling apart, but you're able to see some sort of path out of the dark." In 2015, the ground started to fall from under Rou Reynolds' feet. He had been having occasional panic attacks for years, but hadn't put a name to the problem until that brutal summer. Frayed by touring and heavy professional expectations, he started self-medicating, which backfired massively. The world was also spinning on its axis. Brexit. Trump. Terrorism. The steady dismantling of the NHS. The biting effects of austerity. The kind of social issues that have been Enter Shikari's lifeblood for almost a decade now. This year Enter Shikari will play their biggest tour to date. This is the anticipated return of one of our greatest British bands.


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