The Enemy announce new Album "It's Automatic" & UK Tour Dates

The Enemy return to Warner Records, with whom they released their début album, in 2007, to release their eagerly anticipated 4th studio album. Still only in their mid-to-late 20s, and younger than the bands they emerged with – and outsold – they're readying their most ambitious record, "It's Automatic", for release this October.

Tom says...
"We've been working on it for a long time, it's a fucking great record. It was difficult to make but not in a bad way. To people who are still living in 2007 it'll be a shock but to us it's a natural progression. I sat Andy down and said, 'Mate, I don't wanna make another Enemy record. I'm bored. We've nailed what we do, I wanna go and do solo stuff and make music like the music I listen to.' And he said, 'So do I.' So we decided to take a leap of faith together." 
Tom warns that there's a possibility people won't get it. “But the songs are some of the best I've ever written.

The Enemy UK Tour
16th Fibbers, York
17th The Ritz, Manchester
18th – HMV, Birmingham

20th – Forum, London
21st – Empire, Coventry
22nd – Wedgewood Rooms, Portsmouth
24th – Riverside, Newcastle

25th – Stylus, Leeds
26th - Garage, Glasgow
28th – Leadmill, Sheffield
29th – Waterfront, Norwich

1st – Rock City, Nottingham