Rou Reynolds, frontman for British post-hardcore upstarts Enter Shikari, has described the band’s upcoming fourth full-length album, and follow-up to 2012’s critically acclaimed ‘A Flash Flood Of Colour’, to be “fearless”. Speaking of the new tracks, Reynolds had the following to say:
“I don’t think I could ever write anything that doesn’t have an element of anger to it, but there’s also a delicacy that goes through the new songs. Saying that, it’s definitely some of the most raucous stuff we’ve ever written.”
The frontman has also confirmed the band have 11 new songs lined up for the yet-to-be-titled LP, which is currently penned for release in early 2015. Some tentative titles at the moment include ‘Beauty’ and ‘Math’, plus an untitled song is confirmed to be an unofficial sequel to stomper ‘Arguing With Thermometers’ from their last record.