The View at T In The Park: ‘We want to release fourth album by Christmas’

Kyle Falconer also tells NME about jumping from a pillar at the festival five years ago

How Rock 'N' Roll Are... The View How Rock 'N' Roll Are... The View

Video: How Rock 'N' Roll Are... The View

The View’s Kyle Falconer has told NME that the band hope to release their next album by the end of the year.

Speaking at T In The Park, Falconer said that they’ve already started demoing tracks for the follow-up to ‘Bread and Circuses’, which was only released in March of this year.

“We've got a couple of new tunes that we've just done recently and we wanted to put them in [the festival setlist], but because we've only got a 45 minute set, so it was hard to fit them in," explained Falconer, telling NME about a new track called ‘Don't Lean On Me’.

“We’ve demoed them, we’ve got CDs of them,” he added. “We want to go to the studio within a couple of months and get all these songs out and demo [the rest of] them and get the record done as soon as possible… If it all goes to plan, we’d like it come out before Christmas, but that’s really hoping!”

The frontman the told NME about the time he injured himself at T In The Park after jumping off a pillar into the crowd in 2006 - the first year The View played here - during Primal Scream’s set. “It was inside a tent and I climbed up it [the pillar], and everyone was saying jump off it, so I jumped off it. I had to get stitches.”

Falconer revealed that his favourite ever T In The Park was his first one, in 2002, when he got to the very front of the crowd to watch Oasis.

Primal Scream supported, and there was a big riot. We barged through the barriers and walked up to the very front. My mum videoed it – we’ve still got it on VCR, me and Pete [Reilly] [guitarist].”

The View took to the festival’s Main Stage just before 6pm.

The View played:

‘Wasted Little DJs’
‘Face For The Radio’
‘Tragic Magic’
‘Same Jeans’
‘Superstar Tradesman’
‘Shock Horror’

NME.COM is coming live from the T In The Park and Sonisphere this weekend. Stay tuned to NME.COM/festivals/t-in-the-park and NME.COM/festivals/sonisphere for news, blogs, photo galleries and video interviews from both sites.

Read More On This Artist

More News
The Replacements debut new song 'Whole Food Blues' - watch
Lil Wayne's tour bus shot at after Atlanta club performance
Super Furry Animals' Gruff Rhys: The impending election is 'a severe threat to the...
Judge rules taking child to Pink concert is not bad parenting
Motley Crue's Nikki Sixx says band reunions are 'about money and not about music'
Tyler, The Creator reveals new album track was written for Jay Z and Kanye West
Run The Jewels' Killer Mike calls for more minority-owned record labels during university...
Gwilym Gold announces details of new album 'A Paradise' - hear first song now
Ciara previews two new songs from forthcoming album 'Jackie'
Bianca Jagger disputes 40 year old story about arriving at Studio 54 on a white horse
Chance The Rapper remixes Jeremih's 'Planes' - listen
Bruce Jenner: 'Kanye West helped Kim Kardashian accept my male to female transition'
Justin Bieber settles out of court with photographer who accused him of assault
Slipknot frontman says he turned down chance to star in US reality dating show
Danny Brown reveals new album is almost finished but 'ain't coming out no time soon'
Heroin arrest turned Sky Ferreira into 'punching bag for chauvinistic media', says DIIV...
Elvis Costello makes final appearance on 'Letterman' - watch
Paul McCartney announces US arena show
Metallica's 'The Black Album' inspired by 'Wicked Game' singer Chris...
Alex James says there was 'ill feeling' among Blur before their reunion
Elton John, Lady Gaga offer support to Bruce Jenner's transgender reveal
Taylor Swift's '1989' louder than AC/DC's 'Back In Black', claims...

More News


Please login to add your comment.

Latest Tickets - Booking Now
Know Your NME

NME Store & Framed Prints
Inside NME.COM