The View kicked off their 37-date UK tour in Dunfermline last night (October 16) – previewing a number of songs from their forthcoming second album.
The Dundonians played four tracks set for inclusion on ‘Which Bitch’, including ‘One-Off Pretender’ and new single ‘5 Rebbeccas’ as well as a selection from their acclaimed 2007 debut, ‘Hats Off To The Buskers’.
Bounding on stage at the Kinema Ballroom, the band kicked off with new song ‘Glass Smash’, which sent the Fife crowd into a frenzy.
The four-piece were joined by a new keyboard player who played on a number of songs, including another new track, ‘Shock Horror’.
The band finished with a trio of their hit singles – ‘Face For The Radio’, ‘Superstar Tradesman’ and UK Top Five hit ‘Same Jeans’.
Speaking after the gig, frontman Kyle Falconer revealed to NME.COM that the new album will be released early next year.
He confirmed: “It’s called ‘Which Bitch’, we are looking at the album coming out around January of next year, we are really proud of it.”
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