Tuesday, 14 August 2007

We'll Live and Die in These Towns

This evening I wanted to talk about a young British band called, The Enemy.

The Enemy come from Coventry in the West Midlands, and formed in 2005. They consist of Tom Clarke on Lead Vocals and Guitar, Liam Watts on Drums, and Andy Hopkins on Bass Guitar. The band play a mixture of attitude filled Rock and Roll, high energy Punk, and Pop hooks. They have swiftly risen to a position of being one of the UK's brightest young bands who look set to be the next big thing. The band are very proud of their home city, Coventry, dedicated their debut to the people of coventry, and signing it with the phrase "While we sing together, we will never lose".

The Enemy's debut album is entitled "We'll Live and Die in These Towns" and has just recently been released in July 2007. The album has received rave reviews, even going to number 1 in the official UK album charts. Although being young, the band sound well beyond their years, with a really confident sound. The band will be on tour during September and October, joining Lethal Bizzle and The Wombats for the 2007 NME Rock N Roll Riot Tour. Check the dates by going to the bands myspace.

Download: The Enemy - Had Enough (LINK 2)

Download: The Enemy - 40 Days and 40 Nights (LINK 2)

Download: The Enemy - Pressure (LINK 2)

1 comments:

  1. Heard a few of their tracks and they sound like a band who are worth keeping an eye on.

    great post!

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