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October sees The Enemy tour venues around the country with a Birmingham date to bring it to a close. The Coventrians take their new album Streets in the Sky across the UK on a 14 date tour.
The tour follows the bands performance at the FA Cup Final on the roof of Wembley Stadium and a string of summer festivals, including a performances at T in the Park and V Festival.
The Enemy formed in Coventry six years ago by three friends; Andy Hopkins, Liam Watts and Tom Clarke. Their first single '40 days, 40 nights' sold out all 1000 copies of its limited edition 7" in less than a day and signaled only the start for The Enemy.
Their debut 2007 album 'We'll Live and Die in These Towns' charted at #1 selling over 600,000 copies with big singles 'Away From Here' and 'Had Enough' gaining the band an army of diehard fans.
Their second album 'Music For The People' was released in 2009 and charted very strongly at #2 with hit 'Be Somebody' continued to be used on ITV's FA Cup coverage.
To date, the Enemy have sold over half a million tickets for their live gigs. Full October tour dates below: Wed 03 Oxford Academy Thu 04 Leamington Spa Assembley Fri 05 Norwich UEA Sun 07 Lincoln Engine Shed Mon 08 Leeds Academy
Tue 09 Sheffield Academy
Thu 11 Stoke Keele Uni
Tue 16 Newcastle Academy
Wed 17 Manchester Apollo
Thu 18 Cambridge Corn Exhange
Sat 20 Preston 53 Degrees
Sun 21 Southampton Guildhall
Mon 22 Folkestone Leas Cliff Hall
Fri 26 Birmingham Academy