The Enemy line up new single

The Coventry trio are hitting the road too

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The Enemy have announced plans to release a new single next month.

Following the success of previous numbers '40 Days & 40 Nights' and 'It's Not OK', the Coventry trio will unleash 'Away From Here' on April 16.

The CD will feature 'Fear Killed The Youth Of Our Nation' as a bonus track while the seven-inch release will be backed with a new song entitled 'Back Like A Heart Attack'.

An extra limited edition seven-inch will also include a live version of 'A Message To You Rudy', recorded with Neville Staples from The Specials at the band's recent Coventry gig.

The Enemy will also kick off a ten-date UK tour to coincide with the release of the single.

They will play:

Liverpool Barfly (April 6)
Sheffield Plug (7)
Birmingham, Academy 2 (12)
Leeds Cockpit (13)
Glasgow Garage (14)
Manchester Academy 3 (16)
Bristol Academy (17)
London Mean Fiddler (18)
Northampton Soundhaus (20)
Coventry Coloseum (21)


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