Coventry indie trio, The Enemy, return to the Roadmender in Northampton on Tuesday, June 10.
The band has recently released their first new music in more than two years, teasing the tracks Melody and Magic which are due to be part of a new EP released on July 7. The new material, available to listen to via Soundcloud now, is a departure from the established sound of the band.
The Enemy comprise of guitarist and singer Tom Clarke, drummer Liam Watts and bassist Andy Hopkins.
They released their debut We’ll Live and Die in these Towns in 2007, which was followed by Music for the People. Their latest LP, Streets in the Sky, was released in 2012.
The band has recently funded a singles, B-sides and rarities album via Pledge Music.
Doors open at 7pm, tickets cost £15 in advance.
For more details, visit www.theroadmender.com