Indie rock band The Enemy’s farewell tour comes to Bristol

PUBLISHED: 16:30 20 July 2016

The Enemy Farewell tour

The Enemy Farewell tour


After 10 years and three top-10 albums, it is a sad sight to see one of Britain’s best loved, home grown indie bands preparing for their farewell tour.

The Enemy, an indie rock band from Coventry, announced their split in 2016, citing a lack of media interest and health issues as the reason.

The Last Orders tour will kick off in September, making its way to the O2 Academy in Bristol on September 4.

With some venues on the 
tour already selling out, fans 
are advised to act quickly. The band will be performing music from across their career and will be aiming to go out with a bang.

The band is made up of Tom Clarke on lead guitar and vocals, drummer Liam Watts and bass guitarist Andy Hopkins.

The Enemy will be at O2 Academy Bristol, in Frogmore Street, at 7pm on September 4.

Tickets, priced £22.50, are available at

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