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Friday 10 November 2023

The View Show Support For Breaking Artists & Invite Local Band Hope And Ruin To Join Them @ Concorde 2 Brighton

After landing their highest chart position in fourteen years when current album Exorcism of Youth, The View are now set to introduce a wave of emerging artists as they embark upon a headline tour this month. 

They have teamed up with rock''n' roll club night, festival curators, independent record label and all-round new music champions This Feeling to give a total of twenty-one different artists their moment in the spotlight as support at each show in England and Wales. 

The View's Kyle Falconer added: 

"It's great that we're at a stage where we've got the opportunity to help young local talent. I look forward to sharing a stage with them." 

At Concorde 2 in Brighton they will be joined by local indie-rock 'n' roll band Hope and Ruin.

This Feeling founder Mikey Jonns commented: 

"As a young band the opportunity to play big venues with a big band is a dream, so huge love and respect The View boys for making that dream come true for loads of brilliant acts we're working with – it's gonna be a blinding night of music from start to finish!" 

The View and Hope and Ruin play Concorde 2, Brighton, on 18th November 2023. CLICK HERE for tickets.

by: Mike Cobley



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