The Enemy working on ‘mature’ third album

Tom Clarke gives update on new material

The Enemy frontman Tom Clarke says the band’s forthcoming third LP is more “mature” – but will still have some “screamers” on it.

The singer told NME that the Coventry trio are still in the writing and rehearsal stage of the album, but they were raring to get back out on the circuit.

“We have loads of tunes we’re all excited about,” he said. “Some of it is the most mature stuff we’ve ever written, and some of it is good old Enemy two-chord screamers.”

He added: “We can’t wait to be in the thick of it again. There’s a quiet to fill, and nothing on the radio that’s crying out to us. Like when we started…”

The album will be the follow-up to the band’s second album, 2009’s ‘Music For The People’. It is expected in late 2011.