Local heroes show plenty of flesh during Main Stage set
The Scottish band, who played at the event in 2005 and 2007, kicked off their set with a storming version of ‘Saturday Superhouse’, mirroring their Glastonbury performance of just two weeks ago.
This time all three members of the band performed shirtless and wore matching red trousers.
The huge, patriotic flag-waving crowd went wild during the band’s 50-minute set.
Among the highlights were a mass sing-a-long to ‘Who’s Got A Match’ and a rowdily-received version of new single ‘Mountains’.
Biffy Clyro played:
‘Who’s Got A Match’
‘A Whole Child Ago’
‘Love Has A Diameter’
‘Get Fucked, Stud’
‘Now I’m Everyone’
‘Living Is A Problem Because Everything Dies’
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