Enter Shikari to release new single The Paddington Frisk

Enter Shikari have announced details of their new single The Paddington Frisk

Enter Shikari have announced details of their new single The Paddington Frisk - Credit: Archant

ENTER Shikari have confirmed details of their new single, The Paddington Frisk, which is released later this week.

The tour poster for Enter Shikari's gig at the Forum Hertfordshire in Hatfield

The tour poster for Enter Shikari's gig at the Forum Hertfordshire in Hatfield - Credit: Archant

Ahead of their sold-out appearance at the Forum Hertfordshire in Hatfield later this month, the St Albans four-piece will unveil their new single/video on Thursday, April 4.

The Paddington Frisk by Enter Shikari

The Paddington Frisk by Enter Shikari - Credit: Archant

The Paddington Frisk is one of three tracks recorded at Chapel Studios in Lincolnshire.

A statement on the group’s website said: “We’ll have plans for the other two tracks as the year progresses.”

The electronic post-hardcore heroes from Hertfordshire recorded The Paddington Frisk with Dan Weller, who also worked on the band’s top five album A Flash Flood Of Colour.


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The new single was mixed by Australian producer/mixer Forrester Savell, who has worked with Karnivool, amongst others.

Rou Reynolds, Rory Clewlow, Chris Batten and Rob Rolfe set out on their latest UK Return to Energiser Tour later this week.

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The tour reaches Hatfield on Friday, April 26 when the band plays the University of Hertfordshire’s Forum for a fourth time, after three memorable Christmas concerts at the College Lane venue.

Enter Shikari will be supported on their latest Hatfield date by Don Broco, JBM and Hacktivist, with BBC Radio 1 DJ Huw Stephens as MC.

Profits from the sold-out charity gig will go to Action Aid UK.

Following their UK tour, Enter Shikari will play this year’s Download Festival at Donington and Glastonbury.

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