The Enemy wake up Glastonbury on final day

The Coventry trio blast the Other Stage into life

The Enemy woke up Glastonbury on final day (June 24) of this year’s festival.

The three-piece emerged onto the Other Stage to fellow Coventreans The Specials‘Too Much Too Young’ before launching into their set which showcased forthcoming album ‘We’ll Live And Die In These Towns’ out July 9.

“Fair play to yous lots getting out of your tents and coming here,” frontman Tom Clarke told the crowd. “You’re the real people.”


The trio then shook the festival awake with track ‘Technodancophobic’ with their singer telling the fans who endured the heavy rain: to “Get some caffeine down yer, fuck it, get some lager! Let’s make some noise! This is Glastonbury let’s have it!”

The band then ended their first ever Glastonbury set with ‘You’re Not Alone’ with Clarke praising the crowds.

“This is for ever fucker brave enough to stand in the rain at Glastonbury,” he declared. “Whatever band, whatever stage, fair play to yers.”

The band then rounded things off with new single ‘Had Enough’ (out tomorrow), telling the fans they were “going to get down there amongst you lot”.

The Enemy played:

’40 Days And 40 Nights’


‘Away From Here’

‘Don’t Shed A Tear’




‘It’s Not OK’

‘You’re Not Alone’

‘Had Enough’

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