The View frontman Kyle Falconer playing live at Forth Valley record shop

Fans of Dundee band The View will be heading for the city of Stirling this weekend to see a live set from the group’s frontman Kyle Falconer.

Thursday, 29th July 2021, 11:15 am
Updated Thursday, 29th July 2021, 11:16 am

The singer will be performing outside Europa Music, in Friars Street, from 11am and signing copies of his new solo album No Love Songs For Laura.

Kyle was only a teenager when The View’s debut album Hats Off to the Buskers went to number one back 2007 and gained a Mercury Music Prize nomination.

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Kyle Falconer will be playing a live set at Europa Music in Stirling

The View played an infamous gig at Falkirk’s Martell on July 4, 2007, which saw a sound man sustain a cut lip and the band’s bass player launch himself at a heckler.

A secret warm-up show for their subsequent appearance at that year’s T-in-the-Park, the ill-fated gig prompted the band to vow never to play in Falkirk again.

However, Kyle, now in is 30s, played a solo show at the very same venue – now known as Temple – back in September 2019.

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