The Enemy announce 2013 UK tour dates and club nights
The band will perform live at Propaganda events as well as a few headliners, tickets on sale now
In just six short years, Tom Clarke's rousing trio have been topping polls, selling-out shows and causing all manner of euphoria amongst festival crowds, from Glasto to Glasgow and back again. Three albums in and The Enemy look as strong as ever, even if the singles chart is missing their vibrant and rousing anthems.
Their most recent album, "Streets in the Sky", continued on from where the previous pair of opuses, "We'll Live and Die in These Towns" and "Music for the People", left off - three Top 10 albums ain't bad in anyone's language.
But it's in a live setting that the power trio really come into being and luckily for their fans, they seem to enjoy it. So much so, they've earmarked a string of shows throughout February and March to blow the wintery cobwebs away - but with a twist.
As well as performing a clutch of headlining shows, The Enemy will be linking up with celebrated indie-club night promoters Propaganda for a burst of late-night live appearances at selected venues on various Friday and Saturday nights throughout the coming weeks.
The Enemy's Propaganda club nights, which start at 10.30pm at most venues, begin in Glasgow on 1st February, followed by Edinburgh on the 2nd and then Sheffield and Dublin on the 8th and 9th Feb. The pattern continues across the UK and includes Bristol, Leeds, Oxford, London etc until the last club event in Northampton on 8th March. Tickets are dirt-cheap - from £5 - and the band are due to play a full live set!
In addition, The Enemy are also performing a string of 'normal' headlining shows in towns such as Bournemouth, Leicester, Hatfield and lastly Liverpool on 9th March. These are £15 a pop.
And there's a very special Isle Of Man show in the pipeline as well! Keep 'em peeled on this page for further details.