Enter Shikari have uploaded their 10th tour diary from their North American leg of The Mindsweep tour and it's the longest one with over 13 minutes and also the best one thus far! The guys head out on a big adventure in Nashville: camping at a lake with veggie nuggets and a laptop with the newest Game of Thrones episode (the episode has a little spoiler, so if you don't know yet that Jon Snow is *****, you shouldn't watch it). The diary also shows the slowest fight with burning logs in the history of mankind. If the cavemen fought as slow as this with the dinosaurs, we wouldn't have stood a chance in the course of evolution. Fortunately, Enter Shikari did not determine the survival of our species in the stone age.
The St. Louis part shows Rou Reynolds battling his mid-tour depression with a bunch of fancy cocktails. Beware: you might get thirsty watching him and Rob tasting the funniest named drinks. Rob seems to be quite the pro in wine/cocktail tastings! Unsurprisingly the Omaha part of the video diary features a wine drinking Rob Rolfe relaxing in a jacuzzi. We start to see a pattern! The diary ends with some live footage and Rou destroying stuff off stage instead of on stage for a change. Watch the full video below!
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