The Enemy's Tom Clarke in last minute push to get 'Streets In The Sky' to Number One

Frontman reckons the Coventry trio are 3,000 copies off the top spot

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The Enemy's frontman Tom Clarke has urged fans to go out and buy their new album 'Streets In The Sky' in a final push to get the LP to Number One.

According to mid-week figures earlier this week, their third album looked set to debut at Number Four on the Official UK Album Chart.

Now, Clarke has taken to Twitter in a last minute plea to get the album to the top of the charts.

He wrote:



The singer added: "I NEVER thought we'd be in this position! But for fuck's sake, tell all your mates! Go and buy another copy and I'll come round and press play on your cd player personally!!! It's incredible that you lot have got the album so close!!! Just that final push if you wanna show."

The band's third album has been produced by The Bronx's Joby Ford.

Check back to NME.COM on Sunday at 7pm (GMT) to find out if they make it to Number One and get all the latest chart news.

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