Living Is A Problem Because Everyone Dies
Biffy Clyro's new single 'Living Is A Problem Because Everyone Dies'. And rather good it is too! The single is out 14 May 2007, to be followed by the album 'Puzzle' on June 4th. Despite years of loyal service to fans all over the world, Biffy have only just made a true mark on the UK with a lot of recent radio play on Radio one and 6 music.
The album, Puzzle, was recorded in Vancouver with veteran producer Garth Richardson (Rage Against The Machine, Kerbdog), mixed in New York by Andy Wallace (Nirvana, At The Drive-In) and with artwork by Storm Thurgusson (Pink Floyd, Muse), 'Puzzle' marks biffy clyro's transformation into a truly world-beating band. It also sees them anchor some of their most outlandish ideas with clear and crisp melodies, packing an emotional punch with 24-carat choruses shot through with biffy's trademark sideways approach to songwriting.
Sunday 20 Portsmouth Pyramids
Monday 21 Oxford Brookes University
Tuesday 22 London Roundhouse
Wednesday 23 Wolverhampton Wolfrun Hall
Thursday 24 Cambridge Junction
Saturday 26 Leeds Metropolitan University
Sunday 27 Newcastle University
Monday 28 Manchester Academy 2
Wednesday 30 Aberdeen Music Hall
Thursday 31 Edinburgh Potterow
Friday 1 Glasgow Barrowlands
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