The Enemy recall festival drugs hell

Band speak out in Carling Weekend: Reading Festival video interview

The Enemy have relived their festival drugs drama from earlier in the summer in a video interview for NME.COM .

Speaking at the Carling Weekend: Reading Festival today (August 24), bassist Andy Hopkins recalled how he ended up in hospital after playing One Big Weekend in Preston back in June.

“I was spiked,” he revealed, “I ended up spending five hours in hospital, it was scary.”

On a more positive note, the band said they were enjoying their first mud free festival of the summer.

“I put a fresh pair of Forrest Hills on this morning but we’ve been quite lucky it’s not muddy for once,” said frontman and guitarist Tom Clarke . “Despite the rain the summer has been great for us.”

The full interview be watched below.

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