Enter Shikari Set Warm Smiles Do Not Make You Welcome Here Release

06/13/2012
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Enter Shikari have set a 2nd July release date for the third single from their album 'A Flash Flood Of Colour.'

Entitled 'Warm Smiles Do Not Make You Welcome Here', the single comes accompanied by remixes.

This package includes Mosquito, Tek-One, Azura and Tyler Mae who all offer their own unique takes on Enter Shikari's 'Warm Smiles.'

First up Mosquito enter the fray and turn in a floor-shaking, earth-quaking electro house remix while Tek-One are up next, a dubstep live act that have toured with Enter Shikari and made their name with the immense 140bpm anthem 'Broken String,' they offer a distinctly dirty dubstep version of 'Warm Smiles' that's got "dance floor killer" stamped all over it.

Bristolian producer Azura takes a break from recording for Studio Rockers and goes for a progressive and enthralling bass-led glitchy rework. And finally Tyler Mae blend up Enter Shikari's original track with grime, dubstep and punk rock attitude until it's bursting through your speakers with visceral bass energy.

Having recently completed sell-out headline tours of the UK, Europe and North America, Enter Shikari have embarked on this summer's European festival run, which started with main stage appearances at Germany's massive Rock AM Ring / Rock Im Park events and will take them all the way through to their high-profile main stage slot at this year's Reading / Leeds Festival.

The band also performs at BBC Radio One's Hackney Weekend on Sunday 24th June.

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