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BIFFYBathroom In Forest For You
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And with Biffy, (frontman) Simon picked up our record and kept mentioning it on Radio 1 and in some interviews.
Its spiky and jagged guitars collude with an anthemic chorus to give the Biffy faithful a new crowd favourite.
The band's latest album Opposites entered the charts at number one and signals Biffy Clyro's growing ambition with 22 tracks spread across two discs: The Sand at the Core of Our Bones and The Land at the End of Our Toes.
Biffy Clyro's James Johnston, left, and Simon Neil, right, with the SFA's George Peat
The campaign organisers wrote: "At first Iwas delighted I to hear that Biffy, my favourite band, were so highly thought of in the mainstream.
Bullet For My Valentine took home two awards for Best Live Band and Best British Band, Biffy took home Best Video for My Captain and You Me At Six won Best Single for Liquid Confidence.
Warren Smith, inventor of the Biffy and founder of the American Biffy Company.
After The Edge and Bono's warm-up act completed their set, former road diggers Biffy Clyro took to the stage, along with acts like We Were Scientists.
Biffy strolled heroically onto the stage to the sound of David Bowie's Let's Dance.
They've shared stages with Metallica, Sum 41, Limp Bizkit and Oceansize and This Girl over the past couple of months, and there seems no signs of the Biffy Clyro touring machine slowing down.
BIFFY Clyro are to headline this year's Edinburgh Hogmanay Concert In The Gardens.
Arguably the biggest band in Scotland right now, Biffy Clyro could have taken the easy route and rammed the Hydro for a night with a greatest hits set.