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Picture - The Enemy and Andy Hopkins... Newquay Cornwall United Kingdom, Friday 8th August 2014

The Enemy and Andy Hopkins - Boardmasters 2014 - Day 3 - Performances - Newquay, Cornwall, United Kingdom - Friday 8th August 2014

The Enemy and Andy Hopkins
The Enemy and Tom Clarke
The Enemy and Tom Clarke
The Enemy and Andy Hopkins
The Enemy and Andy Hopkins

The Libertines' Highly Praised Hyde Park Gig Interrupted By Surging Fans


The Libertines Pete Doherty The Pogues Carl Barat Gary Powell The Clash The Kinks Maximo Park The Enemy Spiritualized

The Libertines' first reunion gig on English soil got off to a rocky start when overzealous fans surged towards the stage whilst the band performed at the British Summer Time gig in Hyde Park, London. This is the first time in four years the group has performed in the capital and their appearance has been praised by critics.

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Pete Doherty performing with The Libertines in Glasgow last week.

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The Enemy, Streets in the Sky Album Review


Four years ago, The Enemy headlined 6 nights at the London Astoria. The trio's residency was a massive thing at the time; having been dubbed the next big thing and having number 1 album, 'We'll Live And Die In These Towns', The Enemy had the world at their Coventry feet. There's always a danger in quick success and The Enemy were a victim that. Their second album was not as well accepted. 'Music For The People' was just that, well it was meant it be in it's political slurs about a failing democracy, getting out the city and the nation's girls all working on checkouts. Though all the ranting sounds good on paper, some of the ideas proved too big and it was nowhere near as well executed as it could've been. They didn't need to come with a political drive to grab attention because everyone was still very much focused on them.

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Picture - Tom Clarke, Liam Watts and... , Wednesday 29th February 2012

Tom Clarke and The Enemy - Tom Clarke, Liam Watts and Andy Hopkins of The Enemy Wednesday 29th February 2012 NME Awards 2012 held at the O2 Academy Brixton - Arrivals.

Picture - Tom Clarke, Liam Watts and... , Wednesday 29th February 2012

Tom Clarke, The Enemy and Brixton Academy - Tom Clarke, Liam Watts and Andy Hopkins of The Enemy Wednesday 29th February 2012 The NME Awards 2012 held at The Brixton Academy -Arrivals

Oasis, Wembley Stadium, London Live Review


Review of Oasis live at Wembley Stadium with support from Kasabian, Reverend and The Makers and The Enemy on Sunday July 13, 2009.

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