The Enemy and The Twang have announced a joint UK tour for late 2014.
The two bands, who had a string of popular singles and albums in the 2000s, will joint-headline a series of gigs across the UK in December.
The Enemy, featuring members Tom Clarke, Liam Watts and Andy Hopkins, had a number one album in 2007, and a series of high-charting singles such as “Away From Here”, “Had Enough” and “No Time For Tears”.
Meanwhile, The Twang, currently consisting of Phil Etheridge, Jon Watkin, Martin Saunders, Stu Hartland, Ash Sheehan and Tommy Greaves, got to number three with debut album “Love It When I Feel Like This” in 2007, and are also known for tracks such as “Wide Awake” and “Either Way”.
The two groups will begin an eleven date tour on 4th December, visiting cities such as Liverpool, Leeds and London before ending the tour in Birmingham on 20th December.
Check out the full list of tour dates below:
4th December – O2 Academy Bristol
5th December – O2 Academy Leicester
6th December – O2 Academy Liverpool
9th December – O2 Academy Bournemouth
10th December – O2 Academy Oxford
11th December – O2 Academy Leeds
14th December – O2 Academy Sheffield
17th December – O2 ABC, Glasgow
18th December – O2 Academy Newcastle
19th December – O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire, London
20th December – O2 Academy Birmingham