Biffy Clyro attack local hero at Oxegen

The Scots have a pop at singer songwriter

Biffy Clyro
Biffy Clyro attacked Irish singer songwriter David Kitt during their performance at the Oxegen Festival today (July 7).

The band who were playing on the NME stage were complaining about the sound levels coming from the Pet Sounds stage where Kitt was performing.

Singer Simon Neil said: “If I could only shut the sound from that fucking stage down.”

Before playing ’Whose Got A Match’ the band said how much they enjoyed playing Oxegen, Neil said: “Thank you Oxegen, we always have a great time when we come here and we will be back!”

They played::

'57'
'Whose Got A Match'
'Saturday Superhouse'
'Love Has A Diameter'
'Living Is A Problem Because Everybody Dies'
'Now I'm Everyone'
'Glitter And Trauma'


Be sure to check back to NME.COM for all the latest on Oxegen, T In The Park and Live Earth over the weekend.

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