Dundee born singer Kyle has been concentrating on his solo career following the release of his new album No Love Songs For Laura.
He’s also due to tour Glasgow’s Oran Mor, Dundee’s Church, The Caves in Edinburgh and Tunnels in Aberdeen this week with Creation record boss Alan McGee, who will host a Q and A.
But Kyle, who stood in at the eleventh hour for Luke La Volpe who had to isolate, admitted he was missing his View bandmates more than ever.
He said: “Kieran was here last night and we had a good chat about stuff.
“It was good to speak to him again.
“When you are kids and life goes on when you decided to take break from the band you have a moment where you decide what you want to do.
“I think ‘I miss you guys. I love my solo band but I really really miss The View. I miss the f***ing chaos.'”
Kyle even confessed to that during his set after he told the crowd: “I feel like I just want to play Same Jeans, but I can’t.”
Instead he played tracks like Avalanche and Family Tree as well The View’s Face for the Radio.
During our Facebook live chat Kyle who was at the fest with his wee girl and wife, said he’s now planning to run two marathons for Cash for Kids and admits it keeps him ‘aff the bevvy’
And he admitted he enjoyed being back out again.
He added it ‘felt good, even the smell of tents is good.’
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