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Streets in the Sky is the third album from Coventry-based four-piece The Enemy, following 2009’s Music for the People. Lead singer Tom Clarke's catchy hooks and loud guitars are once again utilized to create a record that will please fans that have enjoyed The Enemy since 2007’s UK number one We’ll Live and Die in These Towns., Rovi

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Back on form!

Been anticipating this 3rd album from The Enemy for a few years now and it does not disappoint. Brilliant band from Coventry that is criminally underrated.

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5 Stars

Wish we hadn't messed up that cathedral gig now! Long live The Enemy.

Great comeback

Great to have the enemy back, if you liked the raw lyrics and up tempo rifts of their first offering you will not be disappointed! So many potential singles,, not a bad track on the whole album!

Biography

Formed: Coventry, England

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s

Young gunslingers from the British Midlands who bring together the potent swagger of Oasis with the nervy passion of the Jam, the Enemy became one of the U.K.'s most talked about new bands of 2007 on the basis of a pair of independent singles and some firebrand live shows. Born and raised in Coventry, lead singer and guitarist Tom Clarke, bassist Andy Hopkins, and drummer Liam Watts were only 16 years old when they decided to pool their talents and form a band (though Clarke had started learning...
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Streets in the Sky, The Enemy
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  • £7.99
  • Genres: Rock, Music
  • Released: 18 May 2012

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