British isles singer and instrumentalist who sang lead vocals for The Enemy, an alternative solution rock-band that released its debut, UK chart-topping album, We’ll Live and Die in These Cities, in 2007. Early in his profession, he appeared on the pop music-themed video game show called Hardly ever Brain the Buzzcocks. Experienced in piano, strings, and electric guitar, he played many of these equipment over the Enemy’s first record. Honoring his grandfather, who acquired proved helpful at a Jaguar manufacturing facility in Coventry, Britain, Clarke bought a Jaguar-make car in ’09 2009. Clarke and his The Foe bandmates were inspired with the music from the Libertines, a United kingdom rock-band that featured business lead vocals by Pete Doherty.