The Enemy heading your way on UK Tour this November
Band will play a series of gigs following the release of their fourth album in October
The Enemy are setting off on tour this November, following the release of their fourth album It’s Automatic in October. Starting in York, the Coventry boys will go on to play dates in London, Newcastle, Glasgow, Sheffield and several other UK cities.
The indie rock band blasted on to the music scene in 2007, when their debut album We’ll Live and Die in These Towns shot straight to Number One in the UK Album chart. They went on to win the UK Festival Award for Best Newcomer in the same year and the NME Award for Best New Band in 2008. They have since released another two UK top ten albums; Music for the People in 2008 and Streets in the Sky in 2012.
The Enemy have returned to Warner Bros (who they released their debut album with) for their latest project and, according to the band, it’s pretty different to their older work. Frontman Tom Clarke commented ‘it’s a fucking great record’, adding ‘the songs are some of the best I’ve ever written.’
Tour runs from 16 Nov–1 Dec with support from fellow indie rockers The Twang. Tickets are on sale on Fri 10 Jul from 9am. Pre-sale tickets are available on Wed 8 Jul from 9am.
It’s Automatic will be released on 9 Oct but it can be pre-ordered now. The first new track ‘Don’t Let Nothing Get In The Way’ is also available on Spotify.