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7 April 2016, 12:07 | Updated: 7 April 2016, 13:25
The band have announced that their forthcoming six dates will be their last.
The Enemy have announced they will disband following a short farewell tour.
Taking to The Empire Coventry's Facebook page, the trio announced that six dates will soon be announced, and they would be their last "for the foreseeable future".
The away From Here band's frontman Tom Clark wrote: "Our last record was to my mind the most complete and indeed the best we made, but radio and the media couldn't find a place for it despite unwaveringly strong ticket sales from a passionately devoted audience. Sadly funding and releasing records just isn't possible without support and exposure from radio. This frustrates and saddens me in equal measure. While this is the main reason it has to be said it's not the only one. Health issues for myself and one of us becoming a proud father are amongst some of the others.
"As we stand on stage for the last few times on this tour, I'll be cherishing the last fleeting moments of a decade that has shaped who we all are, bands and fans alike. We all know what we'll be sharing. Come, bring your hearts, bring your lungs and leave with our songs, take them onto the streets and into your lives and keep them alive for us forever."
"we'll live & die in these towns"— The Enemy (@theenemyband) April 7, 2016
Tuned in to @RadioX thanks for the play @venonkay— The Enemy (@theenemyband) April 5, 2016