by Adam Aiken
The View are on their way to the east of England as they continue their well-received comeback.
The indie outfit will be at The Waterfront, Norwich, on Friday, November 10, as they tour to promote their top-10 album Exorcism Of Youth. They will also play Cambridge Junction on Wednesday, November 15.
The View got back together last year having gone on a break in 2017, with drummer Steven Morrison the only original member not to renew his place in the line-up.
“Touring has always been what we’ve done best, we just needed some time to refuel. Can’t wait to get back to it,” said singer Kyle Falconer.
The View are using the tour to help promote local emerging artists, with the support slot for the Norwich show being filled by Bag Of Cans and Oscar Corney on the bill in Cambridge.
“It’s great that we’re at a stage where we’ve got the opportunity to help young local talent,” said Falconer. “I look forward to sharing a stage with them.”
Earlier this year, the Dundee band hit the headlines after an on-stage bust-up between Falconer and bassist Kieren Webster in Manchester that saw fists fly, with the following show in London postponed as a result.