The View have confirmed an intimate summer headline tour ahead of the July 2 release of 4th album CHEEKY FOR A REASON
The View issue their fourth album, entitled “Cheeky For A Reason” on July 2. The album is the band’s fourth after the Mercury-nominated #1 debut ‘Hats Off To The Buskers’, the Top 10 follow-up ‘Which Bitch’ and 2011’s Top 20 ‘Bread & Circuses’, and is currently being recorded at Liverpool’s Motor Museum Studios with producer Mike Crossey (Arctic Monkeys, Razorlight, Foals). Early track titles that are vying for inclusion on the album include ’Bunker’, ‘The Clock Has No Sympathy’,’ Anfield Row’ ‘How Long’ and ‘AB’.
When asked to describe the album, lead singer/guitarist Kyle Falconer said “its Fleetwood Mac’s Rumours done by The Clash”.
‘Cheeky For A Reason’ will be released by the bands new label Cooking Vinyl on Monday July 2 and pre-ceded by a single on June 25. The self penned album includes three songs written by Kyle & Kieren with writer/producer and unofficial 5th member of Kings Of Leon – Angelo Petraglia.
The Scottish quartet will preview the album’s release by embarking upon an intimate tour in June & July. The tour is their first full UK trek in over a year, having concluded 2011 with a run of dates across Scotland.
Solid Entertainments are promoting the two dates below: Tickets are available from Solid Entertainments 01472 349222
July 7 – Cleethorpes, Pleasure Island, 8 – Doncaster, The Dome Tickets costing £14 are now on general sale. The View