Scots clear to enter America after drug bust
The View have announced dates for their rescheduled tour of the US and Canada
The tour will kick off in Cambridge, Massachusetts on April 30 and continue until mid-May.
The Scottish indie rockers will promoting their debut album ‘Hats Off To The Buskers’, which is to be released Stateside on March 13.
The View cancelled their originally planned US tour back in February citing ‘unforeseen visa issues and immigration trouble’.
It was later revealed that lead singer Kyle Falconer had been charged with possession of cocaine in Dundee last August. He was fined £1,000 last week (March 2) for the offence.
It appears the tour was cancelled due to the fact that strict US immigration laws would not allow him to enter the country with the charge still active.
It is yet to be confirmed whether the band will be re-booked for the forthcoming South By South West festival in Austin.