The Enemy team up with local legend for UK tour

The Specials to help Coventry newcomers

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Coventry hotshots The Enemy have confirmed they’ll be joined by a local legend during their homecoming show next month.

The band – tipped in NME’s New Noise issue – hit the road for a countrywide tour, which will seem them joined on stage at the Coventry Coloseum (February 9) by Neville Staples from fellow Coventryites The Specials to perform the latter’s ’Too Much Too Young’ and ’A Message To You Rudy’.

The band are also set to play a sold-out Shockwaves NME Awards Show with Kasabian on February 13.

The Enemy play:

Cardiff Barfly (January 23)
Manchester Night and Day (24)
Newcastle Digital (25)
Edinburgh Cabaret Voltaire (26)
Glasgow King Tuts (27)
Leicester Charlotte (29)
Nottingham Rescue Rooms (30)
Leeds Cockpit (31)
London Kings College (February 1)
Southampton Joiners (2)
Bristol Louisiana (3)
Liverpool Academy 2 (5)
Stoke Sugarmill (6)
Birmingham Bar Academy (7)
Stratford-upon-Avon Cox’s Yard (8)
Coventry Coloseum (9)
London Hammersmith Palais - ShockWaves NME Awards Show (13)

To check ticket availability and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/GIGS, now.

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