Your Favourite Enemies coming to St Albans

PUBLISHED: 21:47 17 May 2013 | UPDATED: 21:47 17 May 2013

Canadian sextet Your Favourite Enemies will be playing The Horn in St Albans

Canadian sextet Your Favourite Enemies will be playing The Horn in St Albans

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MONTREAL rock band Your Favourite Enemies will be looking to win over some new friends when they play St Albans this weekend as part of their first UK tour.

Canadian sextet Your Favourite Enemies will be playing The Horn in St AlbansCanadian sextet Your Favourite Enemies will be playing The Horn in St Albans

The Canadian sextet – vocalist Alex Foster, Jeff Beaulieu (guitar), Sef (guitar), Ben Lemelin (bass), Miss Isabel (vocals and keyboard) and Charles ‘Moose’ Allicy (drums) – will be coming to The Horn on Saturday night ahead releasing their debut EP, Youthful Dreams of an Old Empire, on July 8.

The EP showcases the band’s blend of alternative, shoegazer, new prog and brooding noise rock, in places reminiscent of The Raveonettes and Crocodiles and lyrically influenced by bands like The Clash, The Ramones and The Cure amongst others.

The group played Concorde 2 in Brighton this evening (Friday) as part of The Great Escape.

St Albans’ very own The Zipheads will headline Saturday night at The Horn with their mix of classic rockabilly, country, ska, swing, surf, psychobilly and reggae.

Canadian sextet Your Favourite Enemies will be playing The Horn in St AlbansCanadian sextet Your Favourite Enemies will be playing The Horn in St Albans

Five-piece Sly Dog and electronic dance rock act SubDivision are also on the bill at the Victoria Street pub.

Tickets are £5 in advance and £7 on the night and doors open at 8pm.


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