Day Four was the cold day of Sziget, that is, temperatures plummeted into the high twenties. Ideally for Enter Shikari (no, there will be no lame jokes about them being Brits and unaccustomed to this weather), as on the previous days the four o’clock spot was blighted by a massive desertion of the sunny areas-people crowded right under the stage or took shelter in some shadier booze joint nearby. And what a pity it would have been to miss all the fun- Enter Shikari are the epitome of the festival band, they’re loud, they’re passionate, they’re honest, they climb on whatever falls in their way and jump into the crowd whenever they can. They were awesome a few years back in the dark of the WAN2 tent (predecessor of the A38) and they rocked the main stage in broad daylight- what more can one want? Well of course, we want them back.