Live Dates
  • 8th September : The Fighting Cocks, LONDON
  • 20th September : Nambucca, LONDON
  • 6th October : Zombie Shack, Manchester
  • 4th Novenmber : The Corn Exchange, Newbury


Right at the forefront of the rock tinged pack, are these guys. Broody, emotional music, with hooks you can land a whale with.
- Alex Baker / Kerrang! Radio
I seriously, seriously really like this band. I'm sure I'll be giving them another listen in the future and I hope you do too. Nice work lads, send me anything else you record! 9/10.
- Skinny Jeans Reviews
a fantastic EP from a band I look forward to seeing move up the industry ladder very soon.
– Jack Valla / The Loww Down
Every track on Best of Enemies EP Stay Young, Trust Me is a perfect representation of the title and the band. Every song does an incredibly accurate job of describing the struggle of becoming an adult and leaving behind your youth. This band may be new on the scene but after listening to their music it’s easy to see just how hard they’ve work to create themselves and I can only see good things to come for these 4 talented guys. You should definitely check out Best of Enemies if you’re looking for powerful rock tunes that are gonna make you want to grab your combat boots, ripped band tees and let your inner rocker out for a jam.
- Sprinkle of Sarcasm (USA)
est of Enemies is a four piece band from London. Although the energetic four haven’t been together for too long they are already playing to packed fanatic crowds, their debut single “Brother” was released in July 2014. The press has taken heartily to the band, and it is already being nicked as ‘the new face of English Rock’. Considering their relatively new arrival, it is a big achievement.
– WMD Studios
They are the band that led Kerrang! Radio host Alex Baker to say: “Broody, emotional music, with hooks you could land a whale with.” You read right, a whale! They are fun-loving fresh-on-the-market Croydon based four-piece Best of Enemies. Since the release of their debut single ‘Brother’ less than a year ago, the band have showcased a real glimmer of a new kind of alternative rock. Their EP Stay Young, Trust Me is a punchy and poignant feast of melodic hooks – and we love it. Now get yourself on it.
– MOSH Magazine
‘Sorry State’ is full of catchy hooks, a massive melody and enough positivity to keep you on a high all week.
– MOSH Magazine
My name's Alex Baker and I'm very very excited..... Because Best of Enemies are back with a new single.
- Alex Baker / Kerrang! Radio




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