The Enemy disbanded in the wake of their fourth studio album, 2015’s It’s Automatic.
The Enemy will return next year to celebrate the 15th anniversary of We’ll Live And Die In These Towns.
Adding to that era’s long-list of hit debuts, the album went to number one in the UK during the summer of 2007, and also had Top 10 singles courtesy of Away From Here and Had Enough.
It’ll be September/October 2022 when the comeback tour takes place, ending on home-turf at Coventry’s Empire venue. “Over the last decade-and-a-half we’ve watched fans begin to really treasure those songs,” the band say.
“We’re asked on an almost daily basis if there is any chance of the three of us getting back on stage together, so we know how much this will mean to the fans. What we weren’t expecting was quite how excited we would all be to play together again.
“There’s a lot of anticipation and excitement from the three of us to go out and play, just us, the songs and the fans. We really can’t wait!”
22 – Leeds, O2 Academy
23 – Newcastle, O2 City Hall
24 – Sheffield, O2 Academy
29 – Manchester, O2 Ritz
1 – Bristol, O2 Academy
2 – Cardiff, Tramshed
5 – Norwich, UEA
7 – Bournemouth, O2 Academy
8 – Birmingham, O2 Academy
13 – Leicester, O2 Academy
14 – London, O2 Forum Kentish Town
20 – Liverpool, O2 Academy
21 – Glasgow, O2 Academy
22 – Edinburgh, O2 Academy
28 – Coventry, HMV Empire