Tom Clarke and co play giant show in Coventry
The Enemy played the first of two homecoming gigs last night (April 5), in front of a sold-out crowd at the Ricoh Arena in Coventry.
The trio played an hour-long set, which saw them include a cover of the Sex Pistols‘ ‘God Save The Queen’.
Introducing the cover, which has featured on the band’s current tour, frontman Tom Clarke, told the crowd: “I want to see everyone dancing mental to this!”
The band also olayed new song ‘Sing When You’re In Love/Sing When You’re Out Of Love’, after which Clarke declared: “I can’t tell you how much this means to me, to be playing at the Ricoh.”
The Enemy played:
‘It’s Not OK’
’40 Days And 40 Nights’
‘We’ll Live And Die In These Towns’
‘Song About You’
‘Away From Here’
‘Sing When You’re In Love/Sing When You’re Out Of Love’
‘Happy Birthday Jane’
‘God Save The Queen’
‘You’re Not Alone’
The trio will round off their residency – and their UK tour – at the Ricoh, home of Coventry City Football Club, with a second gig tonight.