Biffy Clyro dropped their new music for "Re-arrange" this week, taken from their latest album Ellipsis. The clip features frontman Simon Neil shirtless and singing behind a foggy screen while a mysterious pair of hands caress his face, reassuring him things will be okay in the end. This is mixed with lo-fi footage of the band on the beach. Check out the video above.
Biffy Clyro was announced as one of the headlining acts for Download Festival 2017, alongside System of a Down and Aerosmith. This will be the first time Biffy Clyro will be the headlining act. Other acts appearing on the bill include AFI, Rob Zombie, Prophets of Rage, Slayer, and Five Finger Death Punch to name a few. Download Festival 2017 takes place June 9 - 11 at Donnington Park in Derbyshire. Tickets are on sale now.
Judging from recent interviews, Biffy Clyro may already be working on their next album. When speaking with DIY, bassist James Johnston mentioned the band won't be taking time off before their next album. “We’re going to be in your face. We’re not going anywhere,” he said. “We took a break before the last album and we didn’t really like it. It didn’t really work. We’re going to keep going, keep playing shows and keep trying to push ourselves.”
Biffy Clyro's latest album Ellipsis is out now.