With anthemic stadium worthy songs and lyrics that appeal to a generation of game changers in toll, it’s easy to see why London based band Electric Enemy are coming to the forefront of the alternative music world.
Driving guitar riffs are met by perfectly crafted melodies, resulting in a grown-up sound that cuts through the noise which is evidenced on their sophomore single ‘Save Me’. Now unleashing the accompanying music video, this heavy-pop four piece are demonstrating that they mean business.
Jim (guitars/lead vox), Orlando (guitars), Sara (bass), and Tom (drums) come together to create a sound which could be likened to Muse, The Killers and Queens Of The Stoneage but with artistry that means it could only be Electric Enemy. The band have been busy in the studio working on their debut album with producer Sam Miller (Paloma Faith, Razorlight) and the collection of songs take the listener on a journey through alternative rock, indie pop and with more than one nod to an electro-pop sound that is playful in all the right places.
The bands latest release, coming in the form of their visual for track ‘Save Me’ sees the group get in front of the camera to show off their rock star qualities. All members come across as natural performing talents, given that the band have previously opened the main stage at the Isle of Wight Festival in 2019, their visual personas cannot be disputed.
Watch the video for Electric Enemy’s ‘Save Me’ here.