What's on your rider? Pete Reilly of The View
What’s on your rider?Whiskey, chocolates and sweets.
What would be on your fantasy rider?Eva Mendes serving the whiskey!
What’s your pre-gig ritual/ routine?Slapping each other in the face.
What’s the best gig you’ve been to?Echo & the Bunnymen with my girlfriend because she adores them.
And the worst?Keane, for obvious reasons.
What are your favourite and least favourite venues?Best: Glasgow’s Barrowlands. Worst: a tuck shop in Stornaway.
Who is the most famous person to have shown up at one of your gigs?Howard Marks.
Most embarrassing on-stage moment?The past seven years!
What’s the most you’ve ever paid for a gig ticket?40 quid for Oasis.
Groupies. Would you?No. Definitely not.
How big is your entourage?Ten – and I love them all.
Do you like to meet and greet fans after the gig?Depends how the gig was, if the venue means it’s easy to do so. But we love meeting fans.
Any useful stage tips?Try not to be too drunk.
What’s the worst thing ever thrown at you?Piss.
Who’s invited to your after show party?No one. I’m going to bed.
In conversation with Tony Clayton-Lea. The View play Belfast tonight, Cork tomorrow and Dublin on Saturday