Biffy Clyro

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Win New Album 'Opposites' by Biffy Clyro

Set to be released on January 28th, 'Opposites' signals the band's growing ambition with twenty-two tracks spread across two discs: 'The Sand at the Core of Our Bones' and 'The Land at the End of Our Toes'. A deluxe version of 'Opposites' adds a DVD which contains a feature-length documentary which examines the making of the album. Fans who pre-order the album will receive a taster of what's to come when they receive 'Stingin' Belle' as an instant gratification track. The accompanying video for the track is now online.

Biffy Clyro's touring in support of 'Only Revolutions' saw them elevated to arena and festival headlining status as they played three sold-out UK tours which included a landmark show at Wembley Arena. Their status as one of Britain's most exciting bands was reflected with Best Live Band awards from both NME and Q in 2011.

Recent weeks have seen the band unveil Storm Thorgerson's artwork to 'Opposites' with the help of Twitter, and they also played a special double-bill of sessions for Radio 1 by playing Fearne Cotton's Live Lounge in the morning before hitting Zane Lowe's Radio 1 Rocks later that same day.

This summer saw Biffy Clyro blast back into the live arena for festival dates at Rockness, iTunes, Download and the Isle of Wight. Now embarking upon an intimate European club tour which will be followed by dates in New York and Los Angeles, Biffy Clyro's touring in support of 'Opposites' commences in March with their biggest arena tour to date. 2013 looks set to be a very big year indeed for the band.

CLOSING DATE: Monday 21st January 2013 23:23

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