Know your enemy. That’s the tagline, but just who is the enemy these days? For three-piece band The Enemy, the reality is a little less introspective: Rage Against The Machine may have penned a song against their elitist foes, but for 2007’s Coventry collective, the name was merely a way out of conformity, not a protest against it. In June 2007, The Enemy played twice at Glastonbury Festival, and on July 16, 2007 the band's debut album: We'll Live and Die in These Towns went straight to Number 1 in the UK Albums chart on release.
Tom Clarke , Liam Watts , Andy Hopkins