Kyle Falconer has kicked off his first solo tour with a performance in Dundee – and he did it with a bang.
There was a capacity crowd and a muggy atmosphere at Ward Road venue Church on Thursday night as The View frontman belted out his newest tunes in style.
The Dryburgh star’s debut solo album No Thank You was released just a week ago and already the crowd could chant back every word of each song.
The album was recorded in Paul Weller’s Black Barn studio in Surrey last year and was produced by Falconer on his own for the first time.
Before the main act appeared, Kyle was supported by three local acts.
First up was Kyle’s life-long friend Billy Mitchell, whose set included crowd favourites Losing Control and his newest single Psycho.
Electro pop band Echo Machine was next.
The gig was a family affair with Kyle’s brother Ronnie Falconer and his band Th13ves taking on the role of main support.
No Thank You reached number 16 in the UK midweek charts following its release with fans praising the record for showing off Kyle’s voice.
Kyle previously revealed that Liam Gallagher chose the title of his new solo album while the pair were on holiday together.
The singer said that its name was selected by friend and former Oasis frontman while they were on holiday with their partners in Thailand last January.
Kyle will continue the celebration of his album tonight in Aberdeen. He heads across the border in September to Manchester, Liverpool and Leeds.
Hats Off To The Buskers was the first of The View’s five albums and featured anthems like Wasted Little DJs, Superstar Tradesman and Skag Trendy, the video for which was filmed near the homes of the band members in Dryburgh.
The album went platinum after selling around 319,000 copies in 2007.