Enter Shikari's Rou Reynolds announces new solo EP 'Nourishment'

Singer will release a four-track EP with all proceeds going to ActionAid

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Enter Shikari frontman Rou Reynolds has announced that he will be releasing a solo EP next Tuesday (August 28).

The singer will release the four-track EP, which is titled 'Nourishment', with all the proceeds going to ActionAid. The EP will come out under the name of ROUT, with Reynolds' bandmate Rory Clewlow appearing on one track titled 'Mary's Song'.

Speaking about the EP, Reynolds said: "Hearing about ActionAid's work from someone who'd seen it first-hand captured my imagination, and I wanted to produce this record to make sure all our fans go and check out the amazing stuff ActionAid do."

Enter Shikari, who released their third album 'A Flash Flood Of Colour' in January, play this weekend's Reading And Leeds Festivals on the Main Stage under The Vaccines, Florence + The Machine and headliners Kasabian.

To read a new interview with Enter Shikari, pick up the new issue of NME, which is on newsstands tomorrow (August 22) or available digitally.

The tracklisting for 'Nourishment' is as follows:

'How Are You?'
'Reaching Across The Globe'
'Mary's Song'

You can watch a video of Enter Shikari covering Carly Rae Jepen's 'Call Me Maybe' in the NME office below.

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