Aside from a smattering of reviews that tended toward the positive, the record was released to a generally scathing reception, scoring a low of 2.9/10 at aggregator website AnyDecentMusic? Critics commented on the supposedly generic song structure and overall 'blandness' of the album. Drowned In Sound was particularly critical, labelling it as a "reoccurring nightmare" and awarding it 0/10. There was also strong disapproval from The Fly magazine at the content of lead singer Tom Clarke's lyrics, suggesting he had over-emphasised his working class roots, and describing the record as "dull, simplistic and in no way relevant to actual life" while awarding it one star out of five. The most intensely scathing criticism came from Neil Kulkarni in The Quietus, who said: "The new Enemy album is finally here. There it sits, being shite, in the noonday sun, attracting flies...Although I have a horrible feeling it won't be, I pray and fervently hope this record is [The Enemy's] last." There was, however, some praise from the NME, who wrote, "Odd misstep aside...The Enemy have never sounded more fully themselves than they do here."
Saturday is a name of the song by British rock band The Enemy, which was released as 11-th single by the group (the second from the album "Streets in the Sky"). The single was released in May 2012. In the spring there were two versions of the video for the song (one of them is acoustic). The song was also included in the game FIFA 2013, as a soundtrack.
The music video shows the members of the band singing on the blue background with words "Streets in the Sky" on the walls. And sometimes appear guy with the girlfriend, walking in the town. Saturday, saturday make it all OK! - the main words from the song, which describe Saturday as a day off.
Like a Dancer is a name of the twelfth single by "The Enemy" and the 3-rd from the album "Streets in the Sky". It was released at 16 July 2012 and charted 9-th position in UK Singles Chart. There was also filmed the video for this song. The song is about beautiful girl (or woman), who for a minute feels like a dancer. It shows the musicians of the group, playing at one of their concerts. This song is one of the few songs by the band, where except of guitars and drums appears synthesizer.