February 16, 2012 18:36
The Enemy streaming Coventry comeback gig online tonight (February 16) – watch here
Catch Tom Clarke and co in action here at 9pm (GMT)
The trio are making their live comeback at their hometown's S7ven club, where they're filming the video for their new single and unveiling material from their forthcoming third album.
The album, which will be their first for new label Cooking Vinyl, is being produced by Bronx guitarist Joby J Ford.
Speaking to NME about the progress of the sessions last month, frontman Tom Clarke said the band were fully aware it would be a make-or-break album for them.
We know how important this album is so we want to make sure we're happy with it. We've been taking our time. So far it's sounding like Queens Of The Stone Age fronted by Liam Gallagher.
Last year, Clarke posted a series of message on his Twitter page, where he bemoaned that "radio and music in general is fucking appalling at the moment."
The Enemy's last album was 2009's 'Music For The People', the follow-up to their chart-topping 2007 debut 'We'll Live And Die In These Towns'.
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