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After a week in which drummer Stevie Morrison became the second member of the band to appear in court in their home city of Dundee, they received a fitting heroes' welcome.

Their adoring fans were a seething, swaying chanting mass and Kyle Falconer and co maintained the high tempo, launching into punky single Grace, followed by Wasted Little DJs and 5Rebeccas as single shoes and T-shirts rained on to the stage. New songs from the excellent Bread Circuses, most of which featur were greeted like old favourite and Friend were among highli Covers and Face For The Rad things down a notch before the erupted again, not least during t few bars of Same Jeans. Anthem Sunday and Shock Horror brou set to a close. Three albums in, View are still on fire. d And red, es. Girl ights. dio took e hall the final mic ught the , The HAMISH H BURNS
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Publication:Sunday Mail (Glasgow, Scotland)
Date:Apr 10, 2011
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