Biffy Clyro tour dates
That’s right folks, you can now buy your Biffy Clyro tickets as the Scottish rockers, once again head to the stage, in promotion of their latest album Ellipsis! With the band having evolved over the years, the band stands as one of the few bands to constantly grow, and going stale is certainly not on their agenda! So don’t waste a second more and buy your Biffy Clyro tickets now, here at StubHub and prepare for a truly spectacular show!
Biffy Clyro background
Formed in nineteen ninety-five, when a fifteen-year-old guitarist Simon Neil, teamed up with twin brothers Ben and James Johnston to embark on their teenage dreams of becoming a rock band. Simon Neil was quoted to say about this period, “
At that point we probably sounded like every other band who’d ever heard Nirvana.! They played their first gig supporting a llittle-known band called Pink Kross in East Kilbride. Two years later, in 1997, the trio moved to Glasgow, where Simon Neil began studying “Electronics with Music” in the University of Glasgow and the twins went Stow College to study “Audio Engineering”. With the band playing in various venues around Glasgow, receiving a number of positive and enthusiastic reactions, they soon found themselves a manager in Dee Bahl, who offered the band a chance to release an independent single with Aereogramme’s Babi Yaga record label! Their first single “Iname” was released in 1999 and was played on both radio stations Beat 106 and XFM Scotland. Gaining yet more popularity, a year later the ban saw Biffy Clyro being picked up by Stow College’s Electric Honey record label, and the band was given the chance to release their debut EP, thiskidswhopoptodaywillrocktomorrow! Their exposure soon furthered after DJ Vic Galloway of BBC Radio Scotland heard the EP, and gave the band even more airplay. Buy your Biffy Clyro tickets and see the band's evolution for yourself as the Scottish rock band perform in concert.
Biffy Clyro music
As of 2018, Biffy Clyro have released seven albums. The debut Biffy Clyro album Blackened Sky was released in 2002. Since then, they have released The Vertigo of Bliss (2003), Infinity Land (2004), Puzzle (2007), Only Revolutions (2009), Opposites (2013) and the Biffy Clyro new album Ellipsis (2016). Some of the Biffy Clyro best songs include "Many of Horror", "Black Chandelier", "Mountains" and "That Golden Rule". Now with a Biffy Clyro tour on the cards, you can buy Biffy Clyro concert tickets here at StubHub, don't miss out.
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