In an interview with NME, Tom Clarke talked about the new sound on the forthcoming Enemy album 'It's Automatic'
"It started before we released the singles and rarities album [2014’s ‘Dancing All Night’, released via PledgeMusic]. We were playing a gig in the middle of nowhere in Scotland and I sat Andy [Hopkins, bass] and Liam [Watts, drums] down and kinda said, ‘Look, I can’t do another ‘We’ll Live and Die In These Towns’. I don’t wanna cover old ground, I don’t wanna make another Enemy album, I wanna go and do some solo stuff’. Andy was like, “Well I don’t wanna make another Enemy album either, we really have covered it and I wanna do something completely different”. That’s where the talks started of, ‘Maybe we do it as The Enemy but we do something that people wouldn’t expect.’”
Tom is confident it’s a new-era Enemy record that will catapult them straight back into the public eye. He also thinks new producer Gethin Pearson has helped the band set about cribbing sounds and ideas from their favourite contemporary records.
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