What the critics say...

“The Enid have reaffirmed their place among the pantheon of Prog Gods.” - Rachel Mann, Prog Magazine

"Late blooming beauty." - Mark Beech, Bloomberg

"The Enid have indelibly underlined their position as the symphonic masters." - Malcolm Dome, Classic Rock

"The quintessentially English prog group." - Tim Jones, Record Collector Magazine

“Pink Floyd meets the Berlin Philharmonic” - Time Out

"The most majestic rock band of all time" - Band On The Wall




Brand new album out now!

The Art Of Melody

Art Of Melody

For piano and orchestra - Robert John Godfrey's first solo album since 1974

The Enid Autumn Tour 2012

2013 Dates

The band have a busy year ahead with tours and festival slots planned in the UK and EU.


Witch Hunt - Film Coming Easter Monday!

Written by Joe Payne. Posted in Enid News


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It's all very exciting! This short film to accompany our piece Witch Hunt from the 2012 studio album Invicta has been a long time in the making, and we can finally announce that it will be launched next week. Classic Rock Presents PROG have got behind us, and the public will be invited to get a first look at the video via their website - www.progrockmag.com

Please find an opportunity to visit the article when it goes live on the PROG website at Noon on Monday 21st April. We'll be grateful for any comments you can leave for others to read. This is likely to attract the attention of lots of new music lovers who until now may not have experienced The Enid.

Thank you to all those who invested their time, money and expertise into this project. We couldn't have done it without you.

"What we fear most in life is ourselves: Witch Hunt is an examination of the bigotry and prejudice we see all around us every day of our lives. Accordingly the music is on a collision course with itself – a composition really in 7/8 masquerading as a straight piece of rock music in 4/4.

Even the seven note scale is artificial, for it cannot be described with any key signature without resorting to double sharps or flats on the stave (which is “not allowed”)." Robert John Godfrey


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