The Enemy declare love for Scotland at T in the Park

The Coventry boys play to a big crowd on the Main Stage

The Enemy played to a huge crowd on the Main Stage at T In The Park festival’s closing day (July 13).

The band enjoyed a big crowd despite playing a late afternoon set.

“How the fuck are you Scotland?” frontman Tom Clarke asked after the opening ‘Away From Here’, and was met with a huge response from a crowd enjoying the afternoon sun.

A particularly intense version of ‘Pressure’ got the festival goers sweating, but the highlight of the set was the big acoustic sing-a-long for the title track of the band’s 2007 debut album ‘We’ll Live And Die In These Towns’.

Later, Clarke stopped to introduce their guest keyboardist, “Nick“, and announced it was his birthday, before dedicating ‘Happy Birthday Jane’ to him.

Closing with ‘You’re Not Alone’, Clarke beamed at the ovation his band received and declared: “Scotland, I fucking love you!”

The Enemy played:

‘Away From Here’

’40 Days And 40 Nights’

‘Pressure’

‘Technodanceaphobic’

‘Had Enough’

‘Aggro’

‘We’ll Live And Die In These Towns’

‘This Song’

‘It’s Not OK’

‘Happy Birthday Jane’

‘You’re Not Alone’

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