By Alan Davies
Sunday, February 24, 2013
ROCK trio The Enemy will be blasting out their indie anthems in Hatfield next month.
FOR three working class lads from Coventry, The Enemy can sure make a noise up on stage.
The indie-rock trio, who have played Wembley Stadium alongside Oasis and also supported The Stereophonics, will be playing live in Hatfield next month.
They will be kicking up a storm at the Forum Hertfordshire, in College Lane, on Thursday, March 7.
Formed in Coventry in 2006 by three friends – bass player Andy Hopkins, drummer Liam Watts and guitarist/frontman Tom Clarke – The Enemy’s debut album, We’ll Live and Die in These Towns, rocketed straight to number one in the UK charts.
Best known for top 10 hits Had Enough and Away From Here, The Enemy released third album Streets in the Sky last summer and played the V Festival in Essex.
Support for their Forum gig comes from The Family Rain and Empire.
Hailing from Norwich, Empire’s atmospheric indie is sure to fill up the College Lane venue with harking guitars, driving drums and powerful vocals.
With London dates being announced, this could be the perfect opportunity to say you saw them at the start of their career.
The Family Rain will surely also fire up the crowd with their lo-fi blues rock that’s got more than a little swagger about it.
Tickets for the concert cost £15.