The Team Biff fan army is out in force in Leeds...
BIFFY CLYRO rounded off their triumphant summer at the CARLING WEEKEND LEEDS FESTIVAL today.
2005 has seen the hardcore heroes make their mark on the festival circuit, with main stage sets at Download, T In The Park, Oxegen, as well as headlining the Truck Festival.
And after being added to the line up at the eleventh hour due to public demand, they stormed the stage with old favourites like ’57’ and recent hits like ’My Recovery Injection’.
Drummer Ben Johnston told NME.COM: “It was wonderful. Leeds was better than Reading. It was mega, there was a really good turnout, seeing as its a Sunday and it was early we thought people would be in their bed, but the loyal fans came out and watched and it was awesome.”
And for singer/guitarist Simon Neil, the weekend was a welcome second chance at playing the legendary festival. he said: “We did the Main Stage two years ago and we just weren’t quite ready for it, so it was great to come and do it properly.”
“It’s the end of the ’Infinity Land’ tour so we wanted to play a mixture with a few off that. But next time we play we’ll play for two and a half hours. And it’ll all be new shit!”
Biffy will now return home to work on their fourth album.