One of Britain's best-loved modern rock bands, Scottish heroes Biffy Clyro are returning to the music scene in 2013 with
a hotly-anticipated arena tour to promote their brand new double-album Opposites. Taking a three-year break between
releasing albums, the group have instead focused on building their already stellar live reputation - they're now set to play
some of the UK's biggest arenas on their latest tour as a result. Kicking off in Newcastle on 20 March 2013, the Biffy Clyryo
tour continues with dates in cities such as Manchester, Birmingham and Cardiff before culminating in a massive show at London's
O2 Arena on 3 April.
With more than a decade of sing-along rock anthems under their belt and a reputation as one of the globe's most exciting
live bands, the shows are proving hugely popular among their legions of fans. Don't miss out on seeing the three-piece's spectacular
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Inspired by grunge legends like Nirvana, the trio - singer Simon Neil and twins James and Ben Johnston - formed in the
mid-'90s to play gigs in and around their native Kilmarnock. By the early '00s, they started making waves in the lower echelons
of the charts with debut album Blackened Sky and tracks '57' and 'Eradicate the Doubt'. However, their major breakthrough
came with 2007 album Puzzle, which hit Number Two on the charts and went platinum. Two years later, anthemic follow-up
Only Revolutions confirmed their status as one of the UK's biggest bands, spawning a Top 10 hit with 'Many of Horror'
after it was covered by X Factor winner Matt Cardle.
Now leading another assault on the charts with the ambitious double LP Opposites, the band are more popular than
ever. Catch a gig near you - buy Biffy Clyro tickets on StubHub UK today to ensure you don't miss out on their next live show.
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