The Enemy play Propaganda gig at Roadmender

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The Enemy will play at the Roadmender’s Propaganda club night in Northampton tomorrow night.

The indie trio from Coventry released their debut album We’ll Live and Die in these Towns in 2007 ,which was followed by Music for the People. They recently released Streets in the Sky.

The band’s biggest hits include Away From Here and Had Enough, both of which made it into the top 10 of the UK singles charts.

Propaganda club nights take place at venues across the UK and regularly have guest DJs and live bands playing.

Last year, acts including The Subways and Sam and the Womp played the club night at the Roadmender.

Either side of The Enemy’s set, DJs in the main room of the Roadmender will be playing a mix of the best current and classic indie tracks.

Room two will feature a mix of pop and party tunes and room three, dubstep, drum ‘n’ bass and house.

Doors open at 10pm and the club night runs until 3.30am.

Tickets cost £5 in advance and £4 for students before 11.30pm. A limited number will be available on the door.

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