Shepherd’s Bush was full of fervent fans of The Enemy on Thursday 24 May 2012, after the band hit the London leg of their UK comeback tour.
Their third, latest, album is due for release later in the year – and as build-up to it, the Coventry trio played three shows across the UK: Manchester, Glasgow, and the lovely Empire in London.
Their latest album was produced by Joby Ford of The Bronx, and looks set to include tracks: ‘Bigger Cages, Longer Chains’, ‘Saturday’, ‘1234 Ready To Go’, ‘This Is Real’, and ‘Gimme a Sign’ – which is their first single release from the third EP.
Fans were privy to some of their new material as well as favourites off their award winning and number one selling debut album: ‘We’ll Live and Die in These Towns’, and second album ‘Music for the People’.
Having been around and sending ripples through the music industry waters with Best New Act, New Band and Debut Album awards from Q Awards, NME Awards and XFM Awards, respectively, The Enemy have managed to do the difficult thing and keep their original fans ardent and dedicated.