June 23, 2010 13:27

Biffy Clyro set to play secret Glastonbury gig

Scottish trio leave cryptic clues about their slot

Biffy Clyro set to play secret Glastonbury gig

Photo: Andy Willsher

Biffy Clyro look set to play one of the secret gigs at Glastonbury this weekend.

The Scottish trio, who are not on the official bill, have left a clue on Biffyclyro.com suggesting they will be at Worthy Farm to play a gig on Saturday.

The clue shows a set of pictures – one of footballer Park Ji-Sung, one of a stage, one of the planet Saturn, and two showing the Roman numerals for 6 and 40, leaving little doubt that the band will play Glastonbury's Park Stage on Saturday (June 26) at 6:40pm (BST).

NME will be coming live from Glastonbury throughout the weekend. Head to NME.COM/glastonbury for the latest festival news, plus more weather updates.

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