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Biffy Clyro ask fans to help pick songs for three career-spanning Glasgow gigs

Band announce a trio of December shows at Barrowlands

Biffy Clyro ask fans to help pick songs for three career-spanning Glasgow gigs

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Biffy Clyro have announced three gigs in Glasgow, during which they will perform songs from their back catalogue as picked by fans.

The band will play the Barrowlands venue in the Scottish city on December 5-7. On each night they'll play songs from two of their six albums, plus B-sides. A handwritten note published online states that the gigs are to "celebrate the end of the 2nd chapter of Da Biff" and that fans will get to pick the songs they want to hear.

Biffy Clyro will play tracks from debut album 'Blackened Sky' and 2007's 'Puzzle' on the first night and 'The Vertigo of Bliss' and 'Only Revolutions' on the second night. The third and final gig will feature the band performing tracks from 'Infinity Land' and latest album 'Opposites'.

The trio are currently working on a seventh album, which they have described as "very danceable".

Biffy Clyro will play:

Glasgow, Barrowlands (December 5)
Glasgow, Barrowlands (6)
Glasgow, Barrowlands (7)





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