The Enemy whip up a storm before Kaiser Chiefs in Leeds

Leeds United show is among band's 'favourite ever gigs'

The Enemy have given the final support performance of the day before Kaiser Chiefs take the stage at their homecoming show today (May 24).

As the sun began to set on Leeds United‘s Elland Road stadium, the Coventry three-piece tore through their hits at around 7.30pm (BST).

Just weeks after their own homecoming at Coventry‘s Ricoh Arena, the band gracefully accepted second billing, keeping between-song banter to a minimum. But the show was as intense as ever.

After the performance, Tom Clarke told NME.COM: “We’ve just been saying that’s been one of my favourite shows we’ve ever played.

“There was a lot of pressure at the Ricoh, but there was no pressure tonight,” he said. “It was just ‘Come down to Leeds United, play a few tunes’. It’s quality, it’s been a really good day. I enjoyed the Young Knives earlier, I enjoyed Kate Nash, and I’ll enjoy the Kaisers as well.”

The Enemy played:

‘It’s Not OK’

’40 Days and 40 Nights’

‘Pressure’

‘Technodanceaphobic’

‘Had Enough’

‘Aggro’

‘We’ll Live and Die In These Towns’

‘This Song’

‘Away From Here’

‘Happy Birthday Jane’

‘You’re Not Alone’

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