Coventry locals The Enemy have announced two hometown shows to coincide with the release of their third album ‘Streets in the Sky‘. The shows will be at Coventry Cathedral Ruins on 21st / 22nd May and are expected to sell out within hours as midlanders clamour to see the most explosive event in Coventry since the blitz.
The Enemy will play an exclusive warm-up gig at London’s Borderline on April 18th before going on to headline Shepherds Bush Empire on 24th May where they will perform to 2000 people.
The much anticipated ‘Streets in the Sky‘ is the bands third album and if the free download ‘Gimme The Sign‘ is anything to go by a return to the glory of the debut album We’ll live and Die in These Towns.
“Streets In The Sky is the result of more than a years hard work from lots and lots of people. I’m more proud of it than any album we’ve ever made. It sounds massive and the songs are some of the best we’ve written. I can’t wait to see what the public make of it.” says The Enemy’s Tom Clarke.
- Gimme The Sign
- Bigger Cages (Longer Chains)
- Like A Dancer
- Come Into My World
- This Is Real
- 2 Kids
- Turn It On
- It’s A Race
- Get Up And Dance
- Make A Man
The Enemy are set to promote the latest album throughout the UK summer at festivals including T in the Park and V Festival as well as the following dates;
- Thur 18 London Borderline
- Sat 05 Leeds Live at Leeds
- Mon 21 Coventry Cathedral Ruins
- Tue 22 Coventry Cathedral Ruins
- Wed 23 Manchester Academy
- Thu 24 London Shepherds Bush Empire
- Fri 25 Glasgow Barrowlands