Enemies focused heavily on complex rhythms, playful looping guitars and extended instrumental soundscapes within their distinct multicoloured sound. In their nine years together they toured throughout Europe, Asia and the United States. First EP 'Alpha Waves' was picked up and released by Machu Picchu Industrias, a Japanese label run by members of toe. For their debut album We've Been Talking, the band signed to the iconic but short-lived Richter Collective (home to instrumentally-experimental contemporaries Adebisi Shank and The Redneck Manifesto). The band’s second album Embark, Embrace was released through US independent label Topshelf Records, who also released the band’s final output Valuables in 2016. Enemies frequently collaborated with friends from within the Irish music scene, including Conor Adams (The Cast Of Cheers, All Tvvins), Louise Gaffney (Come on Live Long) and Heathers. In 2013, Micheál Quinn of Meltybrains? joined the band, following the departure of Oisin Trench.
Enemies played their final show at Vicar Street, Dublin on 18th December 2016.