The View frontman is looking to reinvent himself as a “nice guy”
SINCE his explosion onto the music scene as the lead singer of Dundee indie rockers The View in 2007, Kyle Falconer has endured a reputation as somewhat of a bad boy.
Now, 10 years on, Falconer is a father and starting anew with a solo project. He explains he is ready to shake off the shackles of his past. Continue reading An Interview With: Kyle Falconer – Starting Afresh
John Hassall & The April Rainers will hit Scotland for gigs in May
ASKED about the spirit of John Hassall & The April Rainers, frontman and Libertines bassist Hassall describes them as “refugees of love”.
United in Denmark since Hassall moved there nine years ago, one Dane, one Norwegian and another Brit, The April Rainers will treat audiences in Glasgow and Perth to their twee alt-folk sounds over the weekend.
Continue reading An Interview With: John Hassall – Libertines bassist takes centre stage
The Dundee quartet will play the legendary venue six nights on the trot
THERE are few bands who can claim to have achieved true cult status, but Dundee natives The View have built a following in the past ten years which is best described as fanatical.
Continue reading The View honour debut with record King Tuts run