March 12, 2014 12:27

The Enemy announce singles and rarities album 'Dancing All Night'

Band also confirm plans for a UK tour and new studio album for 2014

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The Enemy have announced plans to release singles and rarities album 'Dancing All Night' plus plans for a UK tour and new album later this year.

The Coventry based band released their last album 'Streets In The Sky' in 2012 and have today confirmed they are currently halfway through making its follow up. In the meantime, 'Dancing All Night', a collection of all the band's singles will be available in special edition formats along with a B-sides, rarities, and live tracks via PledgeMusic. The collection will be available from March 21 and comes with a brand new track exclusive to the singles collection.

An EP of new material will be released in June and will act as a precursor to the band's next album, which is currently being recorded, with a late 2014 release date expected.

The band will hit the road for a UK tour in late May, running into June. Starting at KOKO in London, gigs in Birmingham, Manchester, Newcastle, Glasgow, Sheffield, Blackburn, Stoke and Northampton will follow before the tour comes to a close with a show at The Wedgewood Rooms in Portsmouth on June 12. Tickets go on sale from 9am on March 22. See below for further details.

The Enemy will play:

London KOKO (May 28)
Birmingham HMV Institute (29)
Manchester Academy 2 (31)
Newcastle Northumbria Uni (June 2)
Glasgow The Garage (3)
Sheffield The Leadmill (6)
Blackburn King Georges Hall (7)
Stoke The Sugarmill (9)
Northampton Roadmenders (10)
Portsmouth Wedgewood Rooms (12)

To check the availability of The Enemy tickets and get all the latest listings, head to NME.COM/tickets.

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