The Enemy‘s Tom Clarke has announced details of a special acoustic UK tour to mark the 10th anniversary of their debut album, ‘We’ll Live And Die In These Towns’. See…
The Courteeners‘ Liam Fray has spoken out in defence of former rivals The Enemy, slamming the media’s treatment of the band as ‘mean’. The Enemy announced their split early this…
Final tour stretches from September to October of this year
Coventry band will head on tour for the final time this September
Coventry band will reveal details of their final live dates on Monday (April 11)
Mind the message on your way out of The Enemy’s latest, which closes with Charlie Chaplin’s humanist call for compassion at the end of ’The Great Dictator’ – “More than…
Band will release fourth album 'It's Nothing' on October 9
The LP follows on from 2012's 'Streets In The Sky'
Singer posts lengthy statement on subject of bullying
Singer posts angry rant on Twitter following Tolkien comparison
Midlands-based bands will play 11 UK dates together in December
Band also confirm plans for a UK tour and new studio album for 2014
Band reveal cheap ticketing plans for headline UK tour
Singer lashes out at 'pointless' Olly Murs and co
Andy Hopkins tells NME that the band are making good progress on the follow-up to 'Streets In The Sky'
Coventry trio line up 14 dates for later this year in support of new album 'Streets In The Sky'
Singer also brands the Olympics 'an over-egged sports day'
Frontman reckons the Coventry trio are 3,000 copies off the top spot
While it looks like guitar virtuoso Joe Bonamassa will knock Keane from the top of the pile
There was something almost laughably presumptuous about The Enemy’s decision to call their second album ‘Music For The People’ in 2009. To recap: the Coventry band had just followed up…
Trio will play at city's Kasbah venue instead next week (May 21 and 22)
Singer also hits out at the tax on pasties in the new issue of NME
Band will play on Wembley Stadium roof before Chelsea take on Liverpool today (May 5)
M83, Katy B, Paloma Faith are also on the bill for this summer's run of shows
Frontman can't "hack it" living in the countryside
The band also reveal the meaning behind the title 'Streets In The Sky'
Andy Hopkins admits Wembley Stadium show 'could be tricky'
The Coventry trio also say they've realised their second album sounded 'too big'
The May 5 show will see them play two songs on the roof of Wembley Stadium
Band also schedule an intimate London show for later this month