Enter Shikari fans invade St Albans’ Empire Records for album signing
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Rock band Enter Shikari signed copies of their new album at Empire Records in St Albans this week.
The band - made up of Rou Reynolds, Chris Batten, Rob Rolfe, and Rory Clewlow - released The Spark last Friday.
To coincide with its release, they arranged a series of album signings around the country, including in their home city.
Empire Records’ manager Dave Burgess said: “A St Albans band were putting out a new album, so it made sense for us to do something.
“They did signings with the larger stores like HMV, so we were the smallest.”
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Mr Burgess said around 50 people attended the signing, and one woman from Germany came to get a signature.
To get an invite, fans had to pre-order the CD or the vinyl with Empire Records, which is located in Heritage Close.
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The album is expected to chart in the top 10 on Friday, behind The Killers and the Foo Fighters.