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About Biffy Clyro
Biffy Clyro, or what was to be Biffy Clyro in the future, started taking shape as early as 1995, when Simon Neil, Ben Johnston and a mate known simply as Tatts got together to form Screwfish. Tatts was soon replaced by James, and it is then that Biffy Clyro started rehearsing, writing and developing as a band.

Biffy Clyro had an interesting story to tell even before they became a mainstream success with Puzzle in 2007. The band played at several venues around Glasgow, receiving great response from the audiences. Around this time Dee Bahl, who was soon to become the band’s manager, spotted the band and offered an opportunity to release an independent single on Aerogramme’s Babi Yaga label. Iname, the bands first single was released in 1999, and as a result the band was chosen by Stow College’s Electric Honey label to release a record. And so,
thekidswhopoptodaywillrocktomorrow was released in 2000. A Beggar’s Banquet rep spotted them at T in the Park in 2000. The representative was evidently impressed with the band, and Biffy Clyro was signed to the independent Beggar’s Banquet.

After the release of a few singles like 27 and Justboy, which was a re-recorded version of thekidswhopoptodaywillrocktomorrow, Biffy Clyro released their debut album, Blackened Sky. The album opened to positive reviews and the band officially took off, touring extensively in support of various acts, like Weezer.

After the release of two singles, the band let out their second album, The Vertigo of Bliss in mid 2003. It was a more experimental sound than Blackened Sky and was received with positive reviews. The follow up album Infinity Land was out in February 2005.

It’s with Puzzle that Biffy Clyro attained mainstream success. Puzzle was released in June 2007 to critical acclaim. The album made it straight to #2 on UK charts a week after release. The band has supported various biggies like The Who, Red Hot Chilli Peppers, The Rolling Stones and Linkin Park; gaining significantly more popularity as a result.

Mountains was released in June 2008 and made it to the Top Ten on the UK Singles Chart. The band was to enter the studio for their fourth album in April 2009, which was rumoured to be entitled Boom Blast and Ruin. The band has revealed that Boom Blast and Ruin will be a song title and not the album title. Track listing and the album’s artwork have recently been revealed. That Golden Rule, one of the hit singles released in 2008, was being filmed in London in June 2009. That Golden Rule made it the top ten on the UK singles charts making it Biffy Clyro’s second highest charting single ever.


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