It's Not OK
Released February 12th on Stiff Records
With their debut single 40 Days & 40 Nights having sold all 1000 copies of its 7" only release in less than a day, hotly tipped Coventry band The Enemy release their second Stiff Records single It's Not OK on February 12th.
Produced by Owen Morris (Oasis, Ash, The Verve), the defiant It's Not OK encapsulates The Enemy's fiery outlook. A combination of classic British songwriting combined with a dynamic punky attitude, It's Not OK is the perfect demonstration of why The Enemy are tipped to be the most important new band of 2007.
Formed in February 2006 by swaggering frontman Tom Clarke with bassist Andy Hopkins and drummer Liam Watts, The Enemy have already toured with The Futureheads and The Paddingtons as well as playing a string of NME club dates. Their current tour schedule runs as below:
31st - Leeds, Cockpit
1st - London, Kings College
2nd - Southampton, Joiners
3rd - Bristol, Louisiana
5th - Liverpool, Academy 2
6th - Stoke, Sugarmill
7th - Birmingham, Bar Academy
8th - Stratford-upon-Avon, Cox's Yard
9th - Coventry, Colosseum
First up is a free download of new track "Pressure": Click Here for download
Read our review of 'It's Not OK' here
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