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Tom Clarke and co set to release new album in summer or autumn

The Enemy's Tom Clarke onstage on Friday. The band gave Reading's Main Stage crowd their first mass-singalong this afternoon opening their set with debut single 'Away From Here'. Pic: Guy Eppel
The Enemy have revealed a few details about their forthcoming third album.

The Coventry trio have been working on the album in Warwickshire's Vada Studios as well as London's Konk and The Pool facilities. Brian Eno collaborator Leo Abrahams has been on production duties.

Songs set for the album include 'This Is Real', 'Melody' and 'She's A Dancer', with the band looking at a summer or autumn 2011 release date.

"We initially planned to take a year out," frontman Tom Clarke told Q.

Drummer Liam watts added: "But then after a few months we were just itching to play. We just couldn't keep away."

The new album will be the follow-up to the band's 2009 second album 'Music For The People'.

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