Let our Enemies Beware

Let Our Enemies Beware

Experimental, acerbic alt-rock from Chatham

Let our Enemies Beware
MySpace They say: Let Our Enemies Beware are a four-piece, three-guitar-and-drums band that spit out contorted, gonzo-flecked, punk-rock that will kick your face clean off. Our 'sound' is described by many people as many things: it ranges from bands we had never heard of (and now subsequently like) to bands we had always thought of as big influences. If pushed on the subject we'd probably push you back and mumble that we tend to play ‘Whatever's Right’ and then throw out all the other shite. Or maybe keep it in. It's complicated. Recently LOEB have been working with Small Town America records to put out a full-length album of stuff, consisting of a few tracks from their rare 100-only DIY EP ‘Dhu Rakina’ and a load of new stuff. And stuff.


Christopher Boast (drums), Chris Boast (guitar), Shareef Dahroug (guitar, vocals), Adam Elwin (guitar, vocals)


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