Biffy Clyro announce new UK show for next month – ticket details

Scottish trio will warm up for their iTunes festival gig at intimate show

Biffy Clyro announce new UK show for next month – ticket details

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Biffy Clyro have announced a new UK show for next month.

The Scottish trio, who recently announced that their forthcoming double album is to be called 'Opposites', will headline Leeds' O2 Academy on September 21.

The show will act as a warm-up for the band's gig at London's iTunes Festival, which they will headline at London's Roundhouse on September 22.

The band's new album title comes from the 'opposing' lyrics on each of the two discs, with one featuring positive lyrics and the other having a somewhat more negative sentiment. You can watch the video for the LP's first single 'Stingin' Belle' at the bottom of the page.

As well as Biffy Clyro, London's iTunes Festival will also feature gigs from Jack White, Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds, One Direction, Muse, Lana Del Rey, The Killers and over 20 others.

Tickets for each gig are all given away from the event's official website. See for full details on how to get them.

Tickets for the O2 Academy Leeds show go onsale tomorrow (August 31) at 9am (GMT). To check the availability of Biffy Clyro tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/TICKETS now, or call 0871 230 1094.

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