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5 August 2019, 12:16 | Updated: 13 August 2019, 12:38
Following their triumphant outdoor show at Indiependence Festival in Cork, Simon Neil and co have announced a date in Birmingham.
Biffy Clyro have announced a new UK date for this year.
Fresh from their headline gig at Indiependence Festival in Cork, Ireland, Simon Neil and co have now confirmed they'll head to Birmingham's Digbeth Arena on 17 October 2019.
Tickets for the Brummie show will go on sale at the end of the month, and can be the first to get tickets while signing up here.
Biffy Clyro recently released an original soundtrack album entitled Balance, Not Symmetry, for the film of the same name, which premiered at Edinburgh Festival.
1. Balance, Not Symmetry
2. All Singing and All Dancing
3. Different Kind of Love
6. Colour Wheel
7. Gates of Heaven
8. Fever Dream
9. Navy Blue
10. Tunnels and Trees
12. The Naturals
16. Following Master
Speaking about their forthcoming studio album, the band have teased its a "work in progress" but "a lot more rocking".
Drummer Ben Johnston told NME: "It’s a work in progress and quite an overyielding beast at the moment, but we’ll get it into shape over the next few months".
He added: “But, it’s definitely a lot more rocking on this album. It’s definitely a lot more rocking that Ellipsis was. Once again, we’re working with Rich Costey again so it will have that modern vibe to it.”
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