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The View announce a three-date Irish tour in Belfast, Cork and Dublin, this September.

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With the release of their new album on July 6th, The View announces a three-date Irish tour in Belfast, Cork and Dublin, this September.

The View will play:

Fri 7th Sep: BELFAST, Limelight

Sat 8th Sep: CORK, Cyprus Avenue

Sun 9th Sep: DUBLIN, Whelan’s

Tickets for their Dublin show is priced €22.90 incl. booking fee and on sale this Friday 22nd at 9am from Ticketmaster outlets and online at www.ticketmaster.ie

‘Cheeky For A Reason’ will be released by the bands new label Cooking Vinyl on July 6th and preceded by a single “How Long” on 25th June.

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’.

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 UK tour in June & July. Allowing Irish fans to embrace the feedback prior to September, where we will see The View come to Irish shores to play three dates in Belfast, Cork and Dublin.


Irish PR contact: Linda@goodseedpr.com