The Enemy Win XFM Award
We spoke to the Coventry band as they won a gong for best debut album of 2007
The Enemy have picked up the XFM New Music Award for best UK debut album of 2007.
They beat Pigeon Detectives, The Twang, The View, Kate Nash and The Wombats to the gong at a ceremony in Londons Koko venue.
The Enemys drummer Liam Watts spoke to MTV News at the event: 2007 took us from nothing to having a number 1 album.
It was definitely a learning curve. Tom Clarke- the groups singer- was missing because of a throat problem which has forced the three-piece to cancel some European gigs.
Watts also told us about their plans for 2008: Id never stick to a new years resolution but this year will be the second album and to carry on touring."
Performing last night were The Twang, Air Traffic, The Maccabees and The View.