The Enemy Announce “Indie Til I Die” UK Tour with The Subways and The Holloways

The Enemy Announce "Indie Til I Die" UK Tour with The Subways and The Holloways

British indie rock outfit The Enemy are hitting the road this October for their “Indie Til I Die” UK tour, fresh off a successful reunion run in summer 2023.

Following their 2021 announcement to commemorate the 15th anniversary of their chart-topping debut album We’ll Live And Die In These Towns, the Coventry trio – Tom Clarke (vocals), Andy Hopkins (guitar), and Liam Watts (drums) – will play a string of headline dates across the UK.

The tour kicks off on October 4th at the O2 Academy Edinburgh, with a follow-up gig in Glasgow the next night. They’ll then head south for shows in Newcastle, Manchester, and Birmingham before wrapping things up with a grand finale at the iconic O2 Academy Brixton on October 19th.

Adding to the excitement, The Subways and The Holloways will be joining The Enemy as special guests on the tour. Radio X DJs Sunta Templeton and James Hall will also be spinning tunes between sets, keeping the energy high throughout the evenings.

“We’re absolutely buzzing about this tour,” declared frontman Tom Clarke. “Excited to be sharing the stage with some great bands in some of our favourite rooms around the country!”

Tickets go on general sale on Thursday, March 28th, at 10 am. Don’t miss your chance to catch The Enemy live as they celebrate their enduring legacy and energetic brand of indie rock alongside special guests.

The band’s independent spirit is worth noting. As Clarke previously told NME, their reunion was entirely self-driven, “without the music industry” involved. This DIY approach reflects in their successful run of sold-out comeback shows, proving their connection with fans remains strong.

Before their hiatus in 2016, The Enemy carved a solid niche in the UK indie scene. Over a decade, they released four studio albums, including fan favorites like “Away From Here,” “Had Enough,” and “Saturday,” and shared stages with legendary acts like Oasis, The Rolling Stones, and The Sex Pistols.