The Scots outfit play the first of their two shows this weekend
Scottish indie pop sensations The View have played the first of their two Glastonbury Festival sets on the Pyramid Stage this morning (June 22).
The band got the early morning revellers going, despite the pouring rain, with a string of tracks from their chart-topping debut LP ‘Hats Off To The Buskers’, including the singles ‘Same Jeans’, Wasted Little DJs’, ‘The Don’ and set closer ‘Superstar Tradesman’.
Frontman Kyle Falconer told NME.COM that the band’s Glastonbury debut was “really good”, adding:
Falconer and Reilly then went off to watch The Cribs on the Other Stage.
The band return to the bash to play the Other Stage on Sunday evening. They are one of a number of acts playing two sets this weekend – others include Amy Winehouse, Billy Bragg, Gruff Rhys and Klaxons.
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