You can get a listen to the new track that Enter Shikari has released, titled “Bull,” down below.
The band has already worked with another artist this year, Wargasm, on the single “The Void Stares Back,” which was released in the summer. This new song features Cody Frost.
Rowe Reynolds, the frontman for Shikari, revealed that the band has known Cody for a long time and considers them to be a real part of the inner Shikari family. “We always knew that they were exceptional talents, and it was great to watch them start to rise and find their voice,” the speaker says.
Reynolds went on to say that when he was writing the chorus for “Bull,” he “immediately” thought of Frost, and he praised the singer for having “incredible dynamics” and “tremendous strength.”
Reynolds said the following in response to a question about the significance of the song’s lyrics: “It seems like some people show up in your life, do a lot of damage to it, and then run away again unharmed and unperturbed.” This song is about those people who damage your mental health, your self-esteem, and even your very personality. It doesn’t matter if they are stalkers or bullies, trolls on social media, or thoughtless romantic partners; this song is about them all.
Frost continued by saying, “I went through a difficult breakup and lost everything, so when Rory [Clewlow, guitarist] texted me asking if I wanted to be on the Shikari track, I lost my mind! Since I was 15 years old, I’ve been a huge fan of Enter Shikari; in fact, I have a tattoo on each hand that features the name of my favourite tune from their album.
“When I got the news, I was sitting in my room for hours, and the lyrics just poured out. I went into the studio with Dan [Weller], who worked with me on both my own music and on some Shikari songs, to record vocals while the band was listening!” “When I got the news, I was sitting in my room for hours, and the lyrics just poured out.”
They came to the following conclusion: “Shooting the video was a dream, my favourite bands treated me to pies!!!” It was bizarre, and the idea behind it was laugh out loud hilarious; I have no doubt that Shikari fans would enjoy it. Raise your frequency.
It was announced in April 2020 that “Nothing Is True & Everything Is Possible” would be the sixth and final studio album issued by Enter Shikari. Despite the fact that “The Void Stares Back” is supposed to mark a “fresh beginning” for Reynolds and company, the band has not yet disclosed anything regarding their subsequent album.
At the Reading Festival 2022, Reynolds discussed Enter Shikari’s newest music with NME. The festival took place in the year 2022.
“We’ve been writing all summer, just trying to get things done and agree on a timeline for how we’re going to move forward, but [‘The Void…’] is the first new track in the last few years,” he explained. “We’ve been writing all summer, just trying to get things done and agree on a timeline for how we’re going to move forward.”
This is the first sentence for the entirety of this period because I was unable to write anything at all about blocking.
Rowe Reynolds collaborated with You Me At Six on the recording of their song “No Future?” back in the month of September. That’s exactly how it is.’