The View ‘Grace’ Video

The View are out with the music video to their new single ‘Grace’, off the Scottish indie rock band’s third studio album ‘Bread and Circuses’, out March 14th on 1965 Records. Watch it via Vevo below.

The View Offer ‘Which Bitch?’ Track By Track Rundown

The View members Kyle Falconer, Kieren Webster, Pete Reilly and Steven Morrison

Kieren Webster and Kyle Falconer of The View talked NME through their new album ‘Which Bitch?’, though with their thick accents and mumbling you’d be hard pressed to learn alot about the Dundee, Scotland indie rock group’s second release. Watch the video below the cut. (more…)

Watch The View Live In Amsterdam

The View

The View’s concert at Paradiso in Amsterdam, The Netherlands on December 7th is available online thanks to

Video of their performances of ‘Screaming’, ‘Dance Into The Night’, ‘Wasted Little DJ’s’, Don’t Tell Me’, ‘The Don’, ‘Grans For Tea’, ‘Skag Trendy’, ‘Wasteland’, ‘Typical Time’, ‘Face For The Radio’, ‘Comin Down’, ‘Same Jeans’, and ‘Superstar Tradesman’ have since been removed.

The View Perform In Sydney

The View performed in concert at the Metro Theatre on Friday (June 8) in Sydney, Australia. Check out pictures from GettyImages. Watch a fan filmed clip of their ‘Coming Down’ performance below.

The View Owe Pete Doherty For Their Big Break

The View members Kyle Falconer, Kieren Webster, Pete Reilly and Steven Morrison

Pete Doherty isn’t held in high regard from many but The View have good reason to praise the Babyshambles singer. “Going on tour later with Babyshambles was incredible, but before that we gave him the EP and we got on the bill for, like, ten minutes at the Dundee show, and I couldn’t believe that,” guitarist Pete Reilly explained to Time Off magazine. “It was like ‘Fu**ing hell! This is amazing!’ And then Pete Doherty passed our CD onto [label owner] James Endeacott and we went to London and played in London, and James Endeacott said he wanted to do something. So fu**ing thanks very much to Pete Doherty – no matter what the papers say, he’s fu**ing sweet as! If he’s got time out to help a young, up-and-coming band from Dundee then he must be a good guy, you know what I mean?”