Created in West Philadelphia, electrified, and brought to life, Conversations with Enemies sings songs of love torn apart by death, zombies, and deals with the devil. The story is dark, but this five-piece, which features charming harmonies, rousing sing alongs, and "a criminal number of unabashed smiles," is anything but brooding. Combining "feel good indie pop" together with surf rock and gypsy folk, Conversations with Enemies has been described as a "shaggy, Dr. Dog-like, West-Philly-to-Fishtown quintet that makes easy, breezy, summery pop with a rough-and-tumble feel." On their debut concept album, Nowhere, OK, they sing raw-knuckled tales of zombie love, vampires and devils' doings like nobody has since the first Roky Erickson and the Aliens album. And don't worry about grabbing a coffee or a vodka-redbull before their show, they've got enough energy to share. Add in some rich, full-moon gypsy folk interludes and you can almost see the wolf bane blooming over F-town.