Biffy Clyro to play summer show in Glasgow next year: Announced a massive homecoming show

Scots rockers Biffy Clyro have declared they will play a tremendous homecoming show at Glasgow’s Bellahouston Park the following summer.

 

New for their most recent ‘A Celebration of Endings’, the gathering is taking off out and about for the UK visit in 2021. The Kilmarnock trio makes that big appearance at Bellahouston Park on June 25. With help from Yungblud, Frank Carter And The Rattlesnakes, and Mercury Music Prize will be candidate Porridge Radio.

Announcements!

Biffy Clyro recently featured a gig at Bellahouston in 2016 and the new information added to a pressed calendar. It incorporates the cozy and sold-out ‘Fingers Crossed Tour’ in addition to a Saturday night feature set at Download.

The band’s ongoing collection achievement returns on the initial two singles from ‘A Celebration of Endings’ – which has just had a major effect.

‘Moment History’ was debuted as Annie Mac’s Hottest Record in the World. It was added directly to Radio 1’s B-list in addition to the A-rundown at Absolute, Radio X, and Virgin.

The band has just launched their latest single ‘Space’ along with a visually striking official video.

watch Biffy Clyro – Space (Official Video)

Biffy Clyro’s UK shows are:

 

APRIL – ‘FINGERS CROSSED TOUR’ – SOLD-OUT

11 – Liverpool, University (Mountford Hall)

12 – London, O2 Forum Kentish Town

13 – Cambridge, Corn Exchange

15 – Sheffield, O2 Academy

16 – Southampton, O2 Guildhall

17 – Bristol, O2 Academy

JUNE

5 – Download Festival (HEADLINERS)

25 – Bellahouston Park (HEADLINERS)

Tickets go on a broad this Friday, August 28 at 9 am by means of gigsinscotland.com

Fans that pre-requested the collection or enrolled by means of the official store before August 17 will have the option to get to pre-deal tickets first this Wednesday (August 26) at 9 am.

 

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