Indie Rock band, The Enemy will be kicking up a storm with their anthem-style rock at the Grand Pier this September. Having previously supported Oasis on their final UK tour dates, the band sold out the Ricoh arena in their home town of Coventry and are now embarking on a tour with their third album, ‘Streets in the Sky’.
Frontman Tom Clark, bassist Andy Hopkins and drummer Liam Watts are back with a ferocious, guitar-heavy sound. The band, with Jhob J Ford from The Bronx on production duties, have been in LA rediscovering the DNA that helped a young three-piece from the West Midlands explode into the charts in 2006.
From an initial 30 tracks they have been whittling down, chopping up and polishing songs which has unearthed an explosive collection of new material. They have dipped back into the rich song writing vein that presented a raft of indie singalong hits such as ‘Had Enough’, ‘Away From Here’ and ‘Be Somebody’
It is expected that their new single ‘Saturday’ will be in the top five, if not at number one, when it is released.
The Enemy will play at the Grand Pier on Friday 28th September. Tickets, which are all-standing, are currently on sale at £17.50 from the Grand Pier shop on the first floor of the Pavilion building. Alternatively tickets are available from www.grandpier.co.uk . Online booking fees may apply.
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