This show was rescheduled from 10th May 2021 (previously 16th November 2020).
Post-hardcore four-piece with electronic-trance influences. Hailing from St Albans, the band have become known for their relentless touring and their innovative sound, fusing hardcore-metal with dance music. Since forming in school back in 2003, Enter Shikari have played well over 1000 live shows and sold out numerous prestigious venues worldwide such as London Astoria, Brixton Academy, Hammersmith Apollo, New York's Irving Plaza and LA's Roxy. '...one of the most exciting, brutal and explosive live bands on Britain's screamo / post hardcore scene.' - LastFm
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Dinosaur Pile-Up are a British alt-rock band led by singer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist Matthew Bigland, whose riffy, grunge-inspired sound has earned comparisons to Nirvana and Foo Fighters. Following a handful of smaller releases, they issued a pair of well-received, hard-rocking albums in 2010's Growing Pains and its 2013 follow-up, Nature Nurture. Although Dinosaur Pile-Up's on-stage personnel has fluctuated over the years, the consistency of their studio sound was a result of Bigland playing every instrument on many of their recordings. However, by 2014 they'd settled on a lineup that included ex-Brownies drummer Mike Sheils and Bigland's longtime friend and former Tribes bassist Jim Cratchley, who appeared on later records like their 2019 Parlophone debut Celebrity Mansions.
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An urban punk female duo based in South East London. Comprising of vocalist/guitarist Amy Love and bassist Georgia South, the band formed in 2014.
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