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Single Review: The Enemy – ‘Like A Dancer’

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Three years after the release of Music For The People, The Enemy have recently returned with their third studio album, Streets In The Sky.

TheEnemyLikeADancerCharting in the top 10 upon its release the record has already offered us the meaty single Saturday which was followed by the download single release of Gimme The Sign providing further samples of the bands successful new record.

The Enemy now present to us the third slice from Streets In The Sky – Like A Dancer, a twisting indie track with a glam-heavy chorus that showcases the new records highlight effort. Built around a momentous collision of guitar-work, front man Tom Clarke unleashes a powerful lashing of his indie coated vocals on the track as its anthemic quality beckons a mosh pit haven.

Catchy, instrumentally tight and well delivered the track sits among some of the bands best single releases to date and by far the pick of the crop from Streets In The Sky.

The band are preparing to take the new album on the road throughout the next couple of months and this track will no doubt be a crowd pleaser in the set.