The Enemy to perform at FA Cup Final

The May 5 show will see them play two songs on the roof of Wembley Stadium

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The Enemy will perform at next month's FA Cup Final at Wembley Stadium.

The band will appear before the match on May 5, with their performance set to be broadcast on ESPN along with the game. The gig, entitled Talk Of The Terrace, will see the band playing two songs from the roof of Wembley Stadium.

The Enemy recently announced full details of their comeback album 'Streets In The Sky'. The Coventry trio recorded the 12-track album with The Bronx's Joby Ford. You can watch the video for the first single, 'Gimme The Sign', by scrolling down to the bottom of the page and clicking.

Speaking about their third studio effort, which is released on May 21, singer Tom Clarke said: "I'm more proud of it than any album we've ever made. It sounds massive and the songs are some of the best we've written."

The Enemy will play two homecoming gigs at Coventry's Cathedral Ruins on May 21 and 22 as well as an intimate show at London's Borderline venue on April 18. The Enemy will follow the Coventry dates with a short UK tour. The band are also confirmed to appear at this summer's Live At Leeds festival and at both legs of August's V Festival.

The Enemy will play:

London Borderline (April 18)
London Wembley Stadium (May 5)
Live At Leeds (5)
Coventry Cathedral Ruins (21, 22)
Manchester Academy (23)
O2 Shepherds Bush Empire (24)
Glasgow Barrowlands (25)
Stoke City Britannia Stadium – Fighting Talk Big Day Out (26)


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