Ghandi Mate, Ghandi - Enter Shikari
To those who say dubstep/electronic and screamo are horrible genres of music with no decent lyrics or meaning: I present you with a mixture of both.
rou reynolds - “the lions are at the dooor… we ain’t taking orders from snakes no more.. I WANNA HEAR MY LIONS ROAR!”
crowd - mental
Pack of Thieves by Enter Shikari makes me feel like infinity. I’m not sure what that means, but that is the only way I can describe it.
this. Rou’s high voice, or the way when he says “theeere is” #feelings
Interviewer: This might be a bit off, but I’m going to ask anyway. If anyone was to leave, do you think Enter Shikari would press on?
(Rou and Rory look at each other for a bit)
Rou: I dunno, really.
Rory: I think about this sometimes, actually. I think if Roughton was to leave, then we’d have to disband. Roughton is the main songwriter. I think the rest of us are expendable, yeah!
(Rou bursts into laughter)
Rou: The thing is with us, especially onstage, we’ve all got our own individual characteristics. Musically you can train someone else to play our stuff. When Rob couldn’t get into North America, we used other drummers. But I think in terms of the character of Enter Shikari, I don’t think it would ever be the same if anyone were to leave.
Rou: I’ve always preferred it when bands were BANDS. Each member had their own assertiveness and their own unique characteristics.
interviewer: I did an interview with Explosions in the Sky this year, and Munaf felt that if anyone left the band, they’d disband. I thought that was kind of cool.
Rou: I think I’d probably agree with that statement myself.
Rory: Yeah, me too.