Biffy Clyro

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Stomping Scottish trio Biffy Clyro are a Reading and Leeds favourite with their energetic power riffs and gutsy approach to their live shows. Their fifth album Only Revolutions, was nominated for the prestigious 2010 Mercury Prize and has been claimed by many critics as their best yet. Fond of passionate rock and large choruses as exemplified on their top 10 hit Mountains, Biffy Clyro will have the crowd gasping for more when they take to the Main Stage.

Set List

  • 1.That Golden Rule
  • 2.Living Is A Problem
  • 3.Glitter And Trauma
  • 4.Bubbles
  • 5.God & Satan
  • 6.Who's Got A Match
  • 7.There's No Such Thing As A Jaggy Snake
  • 8.Mountains
  • 9.Born On A Horse
  • 10.Shock, Shock
  • 11.Many Of Horror
  • 12.The Captain

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Reviews

Biffy Clyro show 'sexy' Reading Festival their blonde ambition

NME 27 August 2010

Band surprise festival with shock hairdo.

                                                                       

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Playing

Main Stage

Friday 27 / Reading

Sunday 29 / Leeds

Latest Album

Album Cover

Only Revolutions

A likeable collection, showcasing a natural evolution, but hardly essential listening.

More Biffy Clyro album reviews at bbc.co.uk/music

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Edith Bowman

Last Tracks

Played on the BBC

God & Satan
Radio 1 | Dev Dev wonders how many times Jason Derulo mentions himself on his album?
Bubbles
Radio nangaidheal | Rapal 18/08/2010
God And Satan
Radio scotland | Tom Morton 18/08/2010

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