Biffy Clyro play new album at Download 2007

Scottish rockers showcase six songs at Donington Park

Biffy Clyro showcased six new songs at Download 2007 this evening (June 9).

The Scottish trio treated the crowd to a bunch of tracks from their brand album ‘Puzzle’ including recent single ‘Saturday Superhouse’ at the Dimebag Darrell Stage.

Other new tracks included ‘Whose Got A Match?’, ‘Living Is A Problem Because Everybody Dies’, ‘Get Fucked Stud’, ‘Now I’m Everyone’ and ‘Whole Child Ago’.

The new record is expected to go into the UK Album Charts near the top tomorrow (June 10), so stay tuned to NME.COM for the latest news.

Meanwhile, lead singer Simon Neil was greeted with massive cheers as he arrived onstage stripped down to his waist before the band launched into opener ’57’.

During the set, a pair of jeans were thrown onstage and between each song Neil swigged from a bottle of wine.

As the band closed their set with ‘Glitter And Trauma’ they were greeted with chants of “Biffy!Biffy!”.

Biffy Clyro played:

’57’

‘Whose Got A Match?’

‘Saturday Superhouse’

‘Now I’m Everyone’

‘Get Fucked Stud’

‘Whole Child Ago’

‘Living Is A Problem Because Everybody Dies’

‘Glitter And Trauma’

That’s it for this year’s Download Festival, but you can get all the news, reviews, blogs and pictures from the event – plus those from Isle of Wight, which also took place this weekend – at NME.COM/festivals now.

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