On her third album, the former Nickelodeon star sheds the cute popstar image, adopting a message of empowerment that rings true
Album Review: Biffy Clyro - 'Revolutions: Live At Wembly CD/DVD'
Feast your eyes on Biffy live
It’s beautifully shot and Simon Neil playing ‘Machines’ solo under a glittering chandelier is particularly moving. There’s also a great drinking game to be had in taking a shot whenever bassist James Johnston appears in slow motion. It’ll kill you, but at least you’ll go out watching a band at the top of their game.
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Biffy Clyro interview - Glastonbury 2011
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Oscar Scheller’s been compared to Blur and Elastica, and that sounds about right
Medium-sized guests and the vibey sounds of tropical house combine on an album that's not quite euphoric