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Watch: Enter Shikari’s Seizure-Inducing Clip For Brand-New Song ‘The Paddington Frisk’

Written by Mike Hohnen on April 5, 2013

What’s a Paddington Frisk you ask? Well, chances are you’re going to have more questions on your mind after you check out the short and strange new clip to emerge from the Enter Shikari camp.

Titled The Paddington Frisk, the ditty clocks less than a minute-and-a-half but is sure to leave a lasting impression. As with most Shikari jams, it takes about 20 seconds or so for them to get down to business but The Paddington Frisk is about as disjointed a tune as they’ve ever released.

But don’t stress – the band still manages to blend a healthy dose of wob into their post-hardcore sensibilities, though, to be honest, it’s normally a lot more epic than this.

So this clip. Where to begin on the clip? Shit’s just totally wack. The whole thing could potentially brutally mind-fuck you but, judging by the final few seconds, it’s all part of some sort of twisted, deep and culturally relevant plan designed by Enter Shikari.

It looks as though A Flash Flood Of Colour can expect a younger sibling sometime in 2013.

The Paddington Frisk (which apparently means to be hanged, for those playing at home) is available on iTunes today.

Watch: Enter Shikari – The Paddington Frisk

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