Acoustic show from The Enemy's Tom Clarke, celebrating the tenth anniversary of the band's debut album We'll Live And Die In These Towns.
Tom Clarke is the former frontman and principle songwriter for The Enemy, who sold over 1 million records worldwide, with a number 1 UK album, a number 2 UK album as well as another top ten and a top twenty album and several top ten singles. The band received awards from Q Magazine, NME, XFM amongst many others. They hold the record for most consecutive shows at the legendary London Astoria, after bettering the record set by britpop greats Blur, and have supported the likes of The Rolling Stones, The Sex Pistols, The Manic Street Preachers, Oasis, The Stereophonics and many more over a career which spanned a decade.
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