ENorm is a dutch pop/rock band that was formed in 2003.
Their first album: Real Today was released the same year.
One of the songs from this album, 12th Man, was written for a documentary about the Dutch football team FC Twente when they won the cup final in 2001 and is still sung out loud in the FC Twente stadion during socker games.
Their second album Enonymous was released in May 2005. This was celebrated with two great concerts. The reactions of both fans and critics were more than positive. The presentation of the album was done live by two of the best known Dutch dj's: Coen and Sander from 3fm. The single Answers ended up in the Dutch Top 100. The single German Soldier made it's way to national television.
Over the years, ENorm has built a great reputation as a live band. They have appeared onstage with both national and international artists. A few examples: Sting, Golden Earring, Tower of Power and Van Velzen, Van Dik Hout, Krezip and Ilse de Lange (the latter four being Dutch of course :)). ENorm has also made their appearance on TV, on both regional and national channels as well as on regional and national radio.
At the moment the band is working hard on finalizing Finding my Way, their third album which has been produced by one of the best Dutch producers: Holger Schwedt. The album was mastered at Alchemy Mastering in London, UK. The release-date of the new album is June 30.