The Enemy play Corby on Saturday night. The band release their new album, ‘Music For The People’, on April 27. A single, ‘No Time For Tears’, is out on April 13. Pic: Tom Oxley
With their intimate five-date tour under their belts, The Enemy are currently enjoying a week off before beginning a full headline tour later this month (March 13) in Inverness. Check NME.COM/GIGS for ticket availability. Pic: Tom Oxley
The Enemy had already racked up a pretty impressive gigging CV before they hit Corby on Saturday night. They’ve played a six-night stand at the now-defunct Astoria, appeared on the 2007 NME Rock And Roll Riot Tour, supported The Rolling Stones and Kaiser Chiefs and headlined Godiva festival in their hometown of Coventry. Pic: Tom Oxley
Fans surround security in an attempt to get the best cameraphone picture. Each venue on their five-date UK tour last week was kept secret until the day to keep large mobs at bay. Pic: Tom Oxley
Fans get up close and personal in Corby during The Enemy’s five-date intimate tour, during which they aired a couple of tracks from their new album ‘Music For The People’. Speaking to NME.COM about the record recently frontman Tom Clarke said: "We decided to go right back to basics with the recording and do it all on tape rather than computers which is how the vast majority of modern records are made, and as a result it sounds huge, like a proper old school rock record." Pic: Tom Oxley
The Enemy – whose new album ‘Music For The People’ is out April 27 – dedicated ‘You’re Not Alone’ to all the car workers that have been hit by the recession. Pic: Tom Oxley
Get next week’s NME for the full verdict on The Enemy’s uber-intimate Corby gig. It was part of a ‘secret’ tour that also took in York, Dundee, Wakefield, and Tunbridge Wells. Pic: Tom Oxley
Fans at the Corby stop of The Enemy’s five-date tour last week were treated to a double hit of new songs new single ‘No Time For Tears’ and ‘Sing When You’re In Love’ – from forthcoming album ‘Music For The People’. Pic: Tom Oxley
The Enemy’s Corby set was a short, sharp shock – lasting only half-an-hour. Get NME next week for the full live verdict. Pic: Tom Oxley
The Enemy played a very special tour this week, taking in shoebox venues in Corby, Wakefield and Tunbridge Wells. The band hit the road on a full tour later this month, with Twisted Wheel and Kid British as support.
Pic: Tom Oxley
The Enemy’s recent tour of ‘secret’ and tiny UK venues was a far cry from what they’re facing this summer, as they head out in support of Oasis on their UK summer stadium tour – which includes a three-night stint at London’s Wembley Stadium.
The Enemy play Corby as part of their intimate ‘secret’ UK tour. The band performed at five places in the UK, with fans able to win tickets via www.theenenmyontour.com. Venues weren’t announced until the day of the gigs. Pic: Tom Oxley
The Enemy’s intimate tour took them to Wakefield, Tunbridge Wells and Corby, a small town in Northamptonshire, where we caught up with them. Pic: Tom Oxley
The Enemy toured the UK last week playing extra-small venues to delighted fans, with the gigs streamed on their website following the gigs. They used the tour to test out new material from their album ‘Music For The People’, on the people. Pic: Tom Oxley